Edinson Cavani is happy at Manchester United, according to a source close to the player, and has not made a decision over his next move.
The Uruguay international signed a one-year deal with the option of a further year last September but doubts over whether the striker or United will commit to a second season have emerged.
Reports in Argentina on Monday claimed the 34-year-old was eyeing a move to Boca Juniors this summer, as he had struggled to settle at Old Trafford.
Reports last week also claimed United were monitoring an injury Cavani was carrying before making any decision on his future.
Luis Cavani, the striker’s father, meanwhile told Argentina’s TyC Sports that his son had a “60% chance of joining a South American club” and would like to play for Boca Juniors.
A source close to Cavani has told ESPN however: ‘There is nothing at all. Edinson is happy in Manchester.
‘He considers United to be one of the greatest clubs in the world and he wants to enjoy the end of the season there, and only after that he will think about his future.’
Cavani appeared to play down talk of an Old Trafford exit on Wednesday night.
‘Proud to wear this shirt,’ wrote Cavani.
Alongside the post was a handshake emoji and with Cavani also tagging Manchester United.