Spain coach Luis Aragones has refused to confirm reports that he has agreed to take over as coach of Fenerbahce after Euro 2008.
The 69-year-old Spaniard has reportedly agreed a two-year contract to take the reins at the Turkish club, but Aragones remained coy on the subject at the press conference ahead of Spain's final Group D game against Greece on Wednesday.
Aragones had previously admitted he would leave his post with the national side after this summer's tournament.
"I know what you know," he said when asked about the reports.
"Obviously, I have an agent who is working for me as we knew that I was going to leave after Euro 2008, but I have nothing else to add to that.
"I have also heard talk linking me with America or Mexico. Right now I can't talk about anything. If I did know I would tell you."
Aragones will make wholesale changes to his starting line-up for the Greece game with progression to the last eight as group winners already confirmed.
Goalkeeper Pepe Reina, defender Fernando Navarro and midfielders Cesc Fabregas and Ruben de la Red are all expected to step up off the bench.