Gabriel Heinze's Manchester United future remains in doubt after the Argentinian admitted he would welcome the chance to sign for Barcelona.
The 29-year-old full-back has been linked with an Old Trafford exit for several months but insists he will not make a decision about his future until after this summer's Copa America.
Heinze told the Sunday Mirror: "I know some clubs are interested in me but I have decided to leave this subject on standby for the moment.
"Barcelona is a super-club, like Manchester United. If a formal offer is tabled, I'll need to study it calmly.
"Nobody at United has told me I'm not wanted next season. I know the rumours of transfer offers have appeared but that's not a problem for me."
Heinze enjoyed an impressive first season with United following his £6.9million transfer from Paris St Germain three years ago, but has struggled to regain that form since returning from a serious knee injury.
He has scored four goals in 83 appearances for the club.