Tottenham summer target Ganso has admitted that he is unsure over what the future holds, with the playmaker revealing he is unaware of any official offers at this stage.
Ganso has been on fire for Santos since moving into the senior side in 2008. And playing alongside in-demand striker Neymar, the 22 year old has been touted for big things, and had numerous clubs around Europe chasing him.
Tottenham were connected with the star at the beginning of January, and though Harry Redknapp claimed he'd never heard of Ganso, reports speculated that Daniel Levy was interested in taking on the £15 million rated player.
And after Santos admitted that they might be interested in selling Ganso if he wanted to leave the club, the starlet says he will wait to see what happens this summer as he decides his next move.
"I don't know much about the offers which have been received my club," he told Portuguese newspaper O Jogo.
"I am only worried about Santos, the Brazilian team and not my future. Who knows what will happen in the coming months."
Manchester United were also connected to Ganso, with a midfielder said to be on Sir Alex Ferguson's transfer wishlist, particularly after Darren Fletcher was injured in December.
But the successful return of Paul Scholes put an end to rumours until next summer at least, and now Tottenham look to be front runners if they decide to boost their squad next transfer window.
Tottenham's transfer dealings in the summer will depend a lot on whether Spurs qualify for Champions League this season. The side are currently third in the Premier League table and seven points clear of Arsenal and Chelsea, but a lot will depend on their match up with United this weekend as they fight to maintain their advantage.