Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is in the dark over the futures of midfielders Yaya Toure and James Milner.
Ivory Coast star Toure, 32, has been tipped to join Paris Saint-Germain this summer after his agent claimed he was "90 per cent certain" to leave the Etihad Stadium.
England international Milner, 29, is out of contract at the end of the current campaign and has held off opening negotiations over an extension.
When asked about the future of Toure, Pellegrini said: "Same as James Milner - we have to analyse the whole squad at the end of the season and then we will see which is the best for the club and the player.
We have to analyse the whole squad at the end of the season and then we will see which is the best for the club and the player.
"James must decide what he wants to do for his future. That just belongs to him. He asked the club to allow him to take the decision at the end of the season. He will do it in the right moment.
"There are a lot of things we must think about for the future. We will try to do it as well as we can."
Pellegrini was equally coy over reports City will attempt to lure England winger Raheem Sterling away from Liverpool when the season is over.
The Chilean said: "Same answer that I gave you last week - I don't talk about rumours.
"There are a lot of very important players that maybe all the teams are wanting. I don't know what happens with Sterling or all the other players.
"We finish the season on Sunday. After that we will see what we need and which players can come here."
City wrap up a disappointing defence of their 2013/2014 Premier League title when they host Southampton on Sunday.