Franck Ribery admits he has still to make a decision on his future at Bayern Munich.
The Frenchman has been strongly linked with a move away from the German champions this summer with the likes of Chelsea, Real Madrid and Barcelona all thought to be keen on securing his services.
Ribery has one year left to run on his current contract and Bayern are desperate to keep hold of their prized asset at the Allianz Arena.
The classy playmaker admits his future is 50-50, but he hopes to make a final decision on where he will be next season after this summer's World Cup finals.
"I still don't know if I will stay or leave. It's 50-50," Ribery told French TV channel TF1. "I hope I will know by the end of the World Cup."
Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge remains confident that Ribery will stay at the club and that contract talks will take place after next weekend's Champions League final with Inter Milan.
"We will intensify our talks because I have the impression that Franck wants this decision to be made before the World Cup," said Rummenigge.
"I believe he has felt, particularly in the last few weeks, what affection and what quality this FC Bayern family has.
"He is totally happy here and we will try to turn that into a contract extension."