Angel Di Maria has insisted he won't be rushed into signing for Juventus after leaving Paris Saint-Germain.
The Argentine's deal at Parc des Princes expires at the end of June and he will leave on a free transfer this summer.
Di Maria capped off a successful seven-year stint in Paris with a remarkable performance in a 5-0 win against Metz, breaking down into tears after scoring the final goal of the evening on Saturday.
He was asked by ESPN post-match about his future amid the strong links to Juve, but said his next move will also be a family decision.
"I’m calm, there is time, I have to think. It’s not just my decision. I’ve always thought about myself and my family. I will make the best choice for everyone, my two daughters, my wife and myself," he said.
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Di Maria then confirmed that he wanted to stay at PSG but the club eventually opted against offering him a new deal.
"[It was] the club’s decision. Everyone knew I wanted to stay one more year. I wanted to continue to win the Champions League, we came close, that’s the only thing I miss," he added.
"But I know that the boys will continue on the same path, they will try to win. I want the best for this team, I have to respect the club’s decision."