Zlatan Ibrahimovic has not ruled out the possibility of remaining at Inter Milan next season.
The 27-year-old has been persistently linked with a move to Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea this summer with president Massimo Moratti even stating that the striker can leave for the right price.
As of yet the Nerazzurri have not received any concrete offers for the striker with clubs said to have been put off by the excessive £68million price-tag.
Despite many believing the Swedish international is desperately pushing for a move away from the San Siro, Ibrahimovic remains surprisingly calm about the whole situation and admitted that even he does not know what to believe.
"I am relaxing, it's nice to be home," he said.
"I am seeing friends, we are organising a trip abroad. I read the papers and I am resting.
"From time to time, I call my agent (Mino) Raiola and I ask him 'is this true?'
"He laughs and says 'no'. I see and hear many things. It's fun reading that one day I am in Madrid, the next in Barcelona or London.
"The thing today my future is Inter.
"But anything can happen. No one can guarantee you the future. But for now there is just Inter."