Arsenal captain Robin van Persie has yet to decide on his future at the London club, manager Arsene Wenger admitted, according to a Metro report.
The free-scoring Dutchman has just one more year left on his Arsenal contract and has still not given any hints about whether or not he will sign an extension.
"We have had no indications yet and Champions League football is not yet guaranteed. Considering van Persie, we have spoken many times about it and there is not much more to add," the Metro quoted Wenger as saying, when asked about his captain's future.
The 28-year-old talisman, who has 26 goals and 10 assists from 29 league matches this season, has stated several times he will not open contract negotiations till the end of the season.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, AC Milan and Manchester City are all reportedly keen to land the Premier League's leading goal scorer, with both Madrid and City identifying van Persie as their primary target for the summer.