Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez says he has decided where he will be playing next season.
But the Chile forward did not confirm whether he will be lining up in club football alongside his international team-mate Claudio Bravo at Manchester City or remaining with the Gunners.
Sanchez has also been linked with Bayern Munich.
Sanchez, whose contract at Arsenal expires next summer, is currently on international duty at the Confederations Cup, where his manager Juan Antonio Pizzi has spoken about him being a player "every club would want to sign".
When asked if he would be joining Bravo in Manchester, Sanchez told Sky Sports News HQ: "Good question. Right now I'm focused on the Confederations Cup. When this is finished I will see if I stay or if I go. I don't know."
Sanchez was then asked if it was clear in his mind where he would be playing next season, and he said, while laughing: "Yes it's clear but I can't tell you."
Then, in response to a question about the chances of him remaining at Arsenal next season, Sanchez said: "I don't know."
Arsenal are yet to receive a formal offer for Sanchez, despite reported interest from City and German giants Bayern Munich.
The 28-year-old scored 30 goals in 51 appearances for the Gunners last season but could not help Arsene Wenger's side secure a top-four Premier League finish and qualification for the Champions League.