Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata could leave the club at the end of the current season once his contract expires.
Mata's contract with United is set to expire in the summer with only six months remaining and the Mirror reports the midfielder might not sign a new deal.
However, Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists no decision has been made on Mata's future, saying: "The decision is very difficult every time with Juan. You know he's got the quality. If he plays, he scores goals, he's contributed this season.
"Then again, we've had other players who have taken his role as well - Mason [Greenwood] has done well in that position, Paul [Pogba] now, and Juan really contributes in and around the group."
"So it's one of those that I have discussions with all the time, it's difficult to leave him out but unfortunately that's where it is at the moment, so no decision has been made there yet."
The Spaniard joined United in January 2014 for a reported fee of £37.1m