Lopez had been widely expected to leave the Rossazzurri during the January transfer window with chief executive Pietro Lo Monaco claiming last week that the Cottagers were interested in the striker.
Italian giants AC Milan have also been linked with a move for the 27-year-old should their loan move for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez fall through.
However, Lopez's agent Andrea D'Amico was keen to stress that with no deal agreed with any club all options were still available to the former Barca player, including staying at Catania.
"The situation is evolving," D'Amico told itasportpress.it. "I would not add anything to what has been said and written about Maxi Lopez until now.
"All hypotheses are to be taken into account. The transfer market is unpredictable and I cannot rule out also that he could remain in Catania."