The Leeds United head coach gave a straight answer about the Sunderland loanee's future
Bridcutt has impressed since arriving from Sunderland on a short-term deal in November, later extending his spell until the end of the campaign.
Back in February, Bridcutt indicated he would be happy to remain at Elland Road beyond the summer, should Leeds be willing, while Evans said the following month his fellow Scot was "very aware" of what both he and the football club thought of him.
But the situation is far more uncertain now, based on Evans' latest comments.
The 53-year-old admitted the futures of both contracted and out-of-contract players were discussed during a recent meeting with owner Massimo Cellino, but when asked if Bridcutt’s situation is currently being addressed, he told the Yorkshire Evening Post: "No, it’s not."
Defensive midfielder Bridcutt has appeared 27 times for Leeds this season, providing one assist.