Antoine Griezmann has stressed that he his future resolved before he travels with France to this summer's World Cup in Russia.
The 27-year-old has been linked with a move away from Atletico Madrid for a number of years now.
Manchester United were previously thought to be interested in the forward, who ended up staying put at the Spanish capital club due to their transfer ban.
La Liga rivals Barcelona are now thought to be favourites to secure his services but reports in Spain claim Atleti will offer Griezmann a bumper new contract in a last-ditch attempt for him to stay put.
Regardless of whether he stays or goes, Griezmann has stressed that he is keen to have his future decided to ensure he arrives in Russia with "peace of mind".
"I want to travel to Russia without this concern," he told L'Equipe. "It's not about knowing where I'll play, but about having the peace of mind if I'm still in one place or another.
"It may be boring, but I have told my sister that, whether I stay or not, this will have to be resolved beforehand. What bothers me the most is that everyone asks me about this issue."