France midfielder Remy Cabella says he will make a decision on his future once he has finished his training with the World Cup squad.
The Montpellier schemer has long stated that he would be leaving the club this summer, having helped them avoid relegation.
Cabella has long been linked with a move to England, with Arsenal and Manchester United both said to be keen, while Newcastle United failed with a bid to land him in January.
The 24-year-old is currently with the French squad at Clairefontaine after being named as one of the seven stand-by players for the World Cup.
Once he has finished his stint with France, Cabella is then expected to decide on his future.
"I know I have a choice to make," Cabella told Midi Libre.
"I will look at it all after I finished training with Les Bleus [French team].
"I have an agreement with Montpellier in case of an interesting offer. I will reflect calmly to make the right choice.
"I need to make the right choice for Euro 2016."
Cabella currently has two years left on his deal at Montpellier.