Cesc Fabregas is staying quiet on his long-term future at Barcelona as speculation links him with a summer switch.
Having struggled to hold down a regular role at Camp Nou under Tito Vilanova this season, it has been suggested that the Spain international will consider his options once the 2012/13 campaign comes to a close.
Fabregas has stopped short of rubbishing such reports, but has offered no indication that he is thinking about a move.
Were he to open that particular door, former employers Arsenal are said to be waiting in the wings.
The Gunners reluctantly offloaded the 25-year-old to Barca in 2011 after helping him develop into a European Championship and World Cup winner.
They would welcome the opportunity to bring Fabregas back to England, but the midfielder is giving little away with the transfer window still closed.
"I do not know what is being said and even what is written," he told Cadena Cope.
"I can only say that I alone know my own future."