But he wants to stay at the Nou Camp.
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has admitted that he does not know where he will be next year, though he did add that he would like to stay with the club if possible, according to the BBC.
The Argentina captain, 27, had dismissed speculation linking him with a move as “lies” at the weekend.
But whilst attending the annual Ballon d’Or awards on Monday night in Zurich he claimed that “nobody knows what the future holds”.
Messi was asked whether he could see himself seeing out his career with Barcelona or returning home to his first club Newell’s Old Boys back in Argentina.
“I’m not sure what’s going to happen, whether I’d go to Newell’s,” he said.
“I don’t know where I’ll be next year although I’ve always said I want to end my career at Barcelona.”
Speculation has been abounding lately linking him with a move away from the club following reports of a bust up with current boss Luis Enrique.
And though he had dismissed the rumours, Finance expert Rob Wilson of Sheffield Hallam University explained that Manchester United and Real Madrid are the only clubs that could afford to buy Messi outright and satisfy Financial Fair Play.