Gustavo Munua has admitted that his future in Levante’s goal may be limited to the end of this season, or it might not be.
The veteran Uruguayan is out of contract in the summer and confirmed to reporters this week that he has yet to decide on his future.
“I have not rejected any offer because I have not had any offers to address,” the 35-year-old commented in a Press conference.
“Today I have signed with no-one, and next year I could still be here or not. I’m free, I can sign with any team, but I am in the mindset right now to give 100 per cent to Levante.”
Munua did ask to leave the club in January to return to hometown and first club Nacional, but his request was denied.
“I want to approach this issue head on and I wanted to speak to the club and so it was. The President was very clear with what he said and whilst I am with this club I want them to finish as high as possible.”
Teammate Obafemi Martins is in a similar situation right now, as he pushes for a quick exit to Seattle Sounders.
“Martins is a player who gives us many things, who has given everything on the pitch for us. I see him motivated as he was when he arrived here, he is a player who cannot be criticised for anything.”