Juhasz joined Anderlecht in 2005 and has been a fans' favourite at the Belgian club until falling out of favour this season.
Ukrainian side Dnipro have shown an interest in the 29-year-old and reports have suggested Sunderland are considering a loan move as Juhasz's representative Vladan Filipovic looks for a new club.
"FC Dnipro might be an option but we're mainly thinking about a change of clubs in Western Europe," said Filipovic.
Juhasz is unsure what the future holds at Anderlecht and he is planning to hold talks with the club's general manager Herman van Holsbeeck.
He told dhnet.be: "Last summer I said I wanted to finish my career at Anderlecht but in football things change very quickly and I'm a good example of that.
"I'll be back at the club in the coming days. Maybe I'll train with the junior squad or maybe on my own.
"I'll talk to Herman but I'm not worried. The most important thing is to stay calm. If I leave, I can say goodbye to the fans. I'll never forget them."