However, Buffon has revealed that he won't renew his current Juventus deal and will leave the Old Lady for a second time in the summer.
According to Italian newspaper Tuttosport, Barcelona are among several European clubs ready to battle it out to secure the services of Buffon.
Buffon's move to the Camp Nou would provide Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman with an experienced back-up option to Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
Tuttosport also reports that the former Italy international is on the radar of newly-crowned Portuguese champions Sporting CP.
Alongside Sporting CP and Barcelona, the publication claims that Champions League hopefuls Eintracht Frankfurt are keen to bring Buffon to the Bundesliga.
Turkish side Galatasaray have also expressed interest in the Juventus star, while Olympiacos and Dynamo Kiev have contacted Buffon's camp with proposals.
Buffon's second spell in Turin has seen Juventus boss Andrea Pirlo use the Italian legend as a back-up option to Wojciech Szczesny.
The 2006 World Cup winner has claimed that his "future is clear" as he is ready to end his "long and beautiful experience at Juventus."
Buffon hasn't ruled out the possibility of retiring from football, saying that he won't make that decision so long as he finds a "situation that motivates me."
Speaking to beIN SPORTS, the former PSG 'keeper said: "My future is clear. This year I will definitively end my long and beautiful experience at Juventus.
"I will either retire or find a situation that motivates me, a different experience to take into consideration.
"At Juve, I have given and received everything. We have reached the end of a cycle and so it is right for me to take my leave."
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