Bosnian has barely started any games for the FA Cup finalists this campaign.
Want-away Manchester City front man Edin Dzeko says that he will make up his mind about where he will be playing next season after the final match of this campaign, reports talkSPORT.co.uk.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international has only been a bit-part player under head coach Roberto Mancini this season as City have relinquished their top-flight crown to fierce city rivals Manchester United.
As a result Dzeko, who only arrived at Eastlands from Bundsliga outfit Wolfsburg for £27 million two-and-a-half years ago, is understood to be seriously considering his future in the north west this summer.
Dzeko, 27, is contracted to City until 2015, but with reported interest in the attacker from a whole host of big-name European clubs, including the likes of AC Milan and Uefa Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmud, the forward will not be short of offers.
“After the last three games we can talk about my future but at the moment it is important to secure second place and win the [FA Cup] final,” said Dzeko.
Dzeko has netted 39 goals in 104 games for City since Jan 2011 and is expected to cost in the region of £25m.