However, he says it will be a case of 'wait and see' on his future this transfer window amid pressure from China.
“We will see what will happen in the next days with Marko," he said. “It's an issue that the club must see what's best for the club, the player and everyone. I hope the best position for everyone will be taken.
“I've been in the situation a lot of times, I've been a manager for 30 years, but we will be calm about it because there is nothing 100% sure. We will see how it develops in the next days."