Colombian attacker Juan Cuadrado has confessed he has no idea where he will be playing his football next month.
The £40 million rated winger is contracted to Fiorentina, who are said to be open to selling him only if a huge bid is submitted.
Linked heavily with Barcelona and Manchester United, the World Cup star is in the dark over his future.
Quizzed over the weekend, he is reported by Italian newspaper La Nazione to have said: "
"My future? It's not up to me, I do not know. There is still time for closing the market, I do not even know myself. "
The 26-year-old scored once and provided four assists in five games at the World Cup in Brazil, part of a vibrant Colombian side which reached the quarter-finals.
Manchester United were thought to be favourites for his signature, but given their imminent signing of Angel di Maria, it's unclear whether they would sanction another staggering offer for a wide player given their lack of depth in midfield and defence.
With Barcelona seemingly priced out of the market, although spurred on by their upcoming transfer ban, it's very possible that Fiorentina's high asking price may see the attacker stay put.