Manchester United winger Nani has revealed that he has not yet made any decision on his future plans, and insists that he is only focussed on his holiday at the moment.
The Portuguese international, who is surplus to requirements at Old Trafford, spent last season on loan at Sporting Lisbon and has since returned to England. He will reportedly be allowed to leave the club as Louis van Gaal does not consider him as a part of the club's future.
The United midfielder had an impressive loan spell at his former club and has been linked with various clubs in recent weeks including Lisbon, who are keen on retaining the player, but may face a problem matching the high wages he earns.
"My future is not clear yet. I feel very comfortable. The next position may become clearer in a few days. But I think for now the only holiday [sic]," Nani said, as quoted by Turkish publication Haber Turk.
Nani, who has been linked with a move to Benfica, had ruled a move to his boyhood club's arch rivals, but has now admitted that he cannot guarantee where he will go in the future.
"No, I don't think about possibly signing for Benfica and I don't want to talk about it as I said before," the United winger said, as quoted by Goal.
"I'm professional. I cannot guarantee anybody where I go. Because sometimes life can offer you many options," he added.
However, according to the Daily Mail, Fenerbahce have opened talks with the 20-times English champions and Nani has reportedly been offered a four-year contract worth around £55,000-a-week. He is expected to travel to Turkey in the coming days to undergo a medical and sign the deal said to cost the club around £7m ($11m).