Angel Di Maria has insisted he has not made a final decision on his future as his Paris Saint-Germain contract comes to a close.
Juventus have been heavily linked with a move for the Argentine, while reports in Spain have recently added Barcelona to his list of suitors.
Speaking to TyC Sports after his country's 5-0 win over Estonia, Di Maria stressed that he has not decided what the future holds for him, only stating that he is planning to stick around in Europe for a little while longer.
"I've got no ideas yet," he said on his club future. "I'm focused on the Argentine national team. We'll see what happens after the break.
"The main thing is that my family is well. I've already been to big clubs and my family have supported and followed me everywhere. I'm just looking for a place where they are happy and I feel happy. I will think about the national team right now, then about my holiday and only after that will I decide.
"I'm in a good moment and I feel like I'm here to continue in Europe, enjoying myself, before the World Cup.
"A return to Rosario Central crosses my mind, it's something I've always said I want to do. I didn't play a lot there, I didn't get the chance to enjoy it and give my all. Many people tell me I have already proven myself in Europe but I want to go back there and prove it."
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Di Maria is understood to be eyeing a return to Argentina in a few years but is focused on finding a new team in Europe before then, with Juventus leading the race for his signature.
He had wanted to continue at PSG but recently admitted that the Ligue 1 champions chose not to offer him a new deal.