With a few FC Barcelona stars' futures up in the air, one has now refused to say whether or not he will extend his stay with the Blaugrana.
Spain international Andres Iniesta cast some doubt over his future last weekend after he captained his team to another Copa del Rey title against Deportivo Alaves.
The 33-year-old has now revealed that he has not yet decided whether he will stay or leave once his contract is expires at the end of June 2018.
"I never said I wasn't going to renew my contract, but rather to evaluate a lot of different things," Iniesta said on radio show Onda Cero.
"It isn't an economic matter, there are several factors that have joined together, personal, the moment of the season, and it hasn't been easy.
"I need to make an honest decision and one that is best for everyone."
With the club having a new manager in Ernesto Valverde, who could have a big say on whether Iniesta stays or goes next season, the midfielder also had some words of praise for his new coach.
"I didn't know about Valverde until it was announced," Iniesta added.
"I've talked to him a few times but not much. I believe he has a great support team that work hard and hopefully he has a lot of luck so we can achieve things together.
"He's had good vision at the teams he's been at thus far, and this is another step for him."
Iniesta has won 29 trophies during his time at Barcelona so far, and has made 624 appearances since breaking into the first team in 2002.
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