Roma striker Patrik Schick has admitted he is uncertain where he will be playing next season amid links with AC Milan.
Recent reports suggested that the Rossoneri are considering the idea of a loan swap with the Giallorossi which would see Andre Silva move to the Italian capital.
Schick joined Roma from Sampdoria in the summer of 2017 for a club-record fee of €42million but has struggled to live up to that price tag, particularly in the last 12 months.
Now, the Czech international – who was arguable at his best under incoming Milan boss Marco Giampaolo – has revealed his future is far from set in stone.
“It’s been a very demanding season, one of ups and downs,” he told sport.cz.
“Unfortunately, it wasn’t the perfect campaign. I don’t know anything about a swap with Milan. A lot is written in Italy.
“I can’t answer questions about my future right now. I don’t know which Coach will come in or what will happen.
“Once that becomes clear I can think more specifically about the future, but it’s not in my nature to leave things halfway.
“What the club and coach want to do with the team will be crucial. I haven’t talked to any of the directors.”