New Juve boss Andrea Pirlo has confirmed the 32-year-old can leave the club this summer.
Speaking to Tuttosport, Nicolas said: "He has received offers from France, England, Spain, China and USA clubs, but not the ones that could make you go weak at the knees.
"We will make our evaluation carefully, but two things I can say for sure: Gonzalo will no longer play in Italy and most of all he will never play for Boca Juniors.
"He grew up at River Plate and he would never join their rivals. Retiring? This is nonsense. The time has not come yet, he wants to play. How long he will play, it's up to him.
"But he wants to keep playing. Maybe he will return to Argentina in the future, but not now."