Jens Lehmann will make a decision on his future in early January after admitting there is interest in him.
Arsenal keeper evaluating interest
Jens Lehmann will make a decision on his future in early January after admitting there is an interest from other clubs.
The Arsenal goalkeeper has lost his place to Manuel Almunia this season and has been contemplating a New Year exit.
Wolfsburg have expressed an interest in taking the Germany international back to the Bundesliga when the transfer window opens.
Though Lehmann did not identify the clubs on his trail, he is expecting to be in a position to decide his future in a week's time.
"I should know more in a week, so that I can make a decision in the first days of the New Year," Lehmann told German newspaper Tagesspiegel
"I've listened to something, but at the moment I can't say much about it."
The 38-year-old has also been linked with a switch to Manchester City, who have recently confirmed Joe Hart as the club's No.1.
But Lehmann acknowledged there has been no contact with Sven Goran Eriksson, who has conceded City keeper Andreas Isaksson may want to leave in January.
Lehmann added: "I haven't spoken to anybody there."