"All of the fundamental aspects about the desire of him to stay in Houston and to look at Houston as a serious contender for his services I think are there," Scott Boras said in an interview with KRIV.
Boras said Beltran is also interested in a couple of other teams, but he did not name them. He declined to discuss salary figures.
"He is going to just go through the process, talk to those teams, and we are going to evaluate the ability of the club to have a winning environment every year, and certainly the economics of it."
Astros owner Drayton McLane told the station that the team will not receive the financial parameters from Boras until next week and won't respond until then.
Beltran hit .435 in the postseason with a league record-tying
eight homers, 14 RBI and 21 runs scored in 12 games. He came to
the Astros in a midseason trade from Kansas City, and has few ties
to the Houston area.