Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba coyly responded “we'll see” when quizzed on the likelihood of a move to Barcelona next summer.
The 22-year-old was the subject of a failed €80m bid from Barca prior to their capture of Arda Turan, although Juve general manager Beppe Marotta was recently on record as saying that €100m may not be enough to tempt his club into a future sale.
“Barca? I don't know,” he said with a smile to Telefoot.
“For now, I'm Juve player and only thinking of the Juve, more so given that we haven't started the season well.
“For now, I'm happy here. When the season ends, we'll see what happens.
“[On possibly leaving over the summer], why wouldn't I stay? There was no reason for me to leave and it wasn't the right time.
“It was never set in stone that I'd leave, and I may well stay here for some time. We'll see.”