Manchester United winger Nani has indicated that his future at the club remains in doubt, although he is expected to make a decision in the coming week.
The Portuguese attacker endured a frustrating 2012-13 season with the Premier League champions, making 21 appearances and finding the net on just three occasions.
With David Moyes replacing the retiring Sir Alex Ferguson, Nani's Old Trafford future has become increasingly uncertain.
And United's refusal to give up on re-signing former talisman Cristiano Ronaldo means Nani could fall further down the pecking order.
The 26-year-old's contract expires next summer, and he believes a decision will be made shortly.
"I have not yet decided where I am going or if I am going," Nani told RTP. "In the next few days I will decide my future."
Nani joined United in 2007 from Sporting Lisbon for a fee of £25.5 million, and has recently attracted the interest of Ligue 1 side Monaco, who are bankrolled by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.