The Argentine midfielder has been with Inter since 2004, making well over 400 appearances for the club.
He will, however, see his current contract expire at the end of the season.
No extension has been offered as yet, despite the 33-year-old being a regular under Walter Mazzarri.
Cambiasso admits he now faces an uncertain future, but insists there is no chance of him hanging up his boots if he is released into the free agent pool.
A man who helped Inter to an historic Treble in 2010 told Sport Mediaset: "One thing I do know is that I'm 33 and I still want to play football.
"I don't know where, but I do know I want to play.
"Would I sign any contract Inter offered me? We need to look at the time frame.
"One thing that is for sure is that Inter and Cambiasso will always have a great story to tell."