Paris Saint Germain striker and reported Manchester United target Edinson Cavani will make a decision regarding his future at the end of the season.
The Uruguayan international remains linked with a move away from Paris amid growing suggestions in the French press he has grown disenchanted with the club and Laurent Blanc's tendency to occupy him as wide role to accommodate Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
And despite celebrating his first Ligue 1 title with the club on Wednesday night, Cavani's long term future in the French capital remains uncertain.
As he continues to be linked with a move to Old Trafford, Cavani insists hi9s decision will be imminent with just two games of his campaign remaining.
"Manchester United? I do not know if it is true," Cavani said, Le Sport 10 report. "You should ask those who speak to those who give information.
"My future? We will certainly speak after the season, with the president, with the club. And I think it will be for the better."
Despite having yet to make a decision regarding his future himself, PSG remain insistent that their £54m signing will not be going anywhere.
The future of the former Napoli striker – who has struck 16 goals in 25 starts despite his limited role up front – is not up for debate, according to club owner Nasser al-Khelaifi, who told Canal+: "Cavani? He will stay here – he has a contract with us."
The club clinched a second successive Ligue 1 crown last night but their party was somewhat dampened by their 2-1 loss to Rennes, who consigned the champions to their first league loss at home of the season.
Monaco's 1-1 draw with Guingamp ensured the Parisians were crowned champions before a ball was even kicked however and the club today responded by awarding coach Laurent Blanc a one year contract extension, keeping him at the club until 2016.