Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot declined to indicate whether he intends to continue with the club despite his contract expiring at the end of the season.
Juventus is still competing in the Europa League and Coppa Italia despite their league campaign being disrupted by a 15-point deduction.
During a Tuttosport interview, Rabiot emphasized his past words and claimed that he is concentrating on the rest of Juventus’ season rather than being influenced to comment on his personal situation.
The points deduction dealt a big blow to the Bianconeri this season
“My future? For the moment there is no news, but we will definitely talk soon, because in about two months the season will be over and we will try to discuss [it], but I’m calm,” Rabiot said.
“There is the possibility of leaving but also the possibility of signing a new contract with Juve.
“I feel good in Turin, I do a good job at the club and there is a good relationship with the management, my team-mates and the coach, who has also helped me.
“I believe all of this is important to feel good and therefore make the right choice for my future.”
Juventus propelled themselves into the Serie A title contention after a strenuous start to the season, but their prospects were ruined by a 15-point penalty imposed for financial irregularities.
“I feel good in Turin, I do a good job at the club and there is a good relationship with the management, my team-mates and the coach, who has also helped me.“
Consequently, as the international break began, Juventus was placed seventh, trailing behind Milan, who occupied the fourth position, by seven points with only 11 matches remaining.
He added: “Without the 15 points [deduction] we would be able to qualify for the Champions League.
“But honestly, I say that we could qualify even if the penalty were to remain. I believe it.
“We are focussed on all fronts and clearly the Europa League is something we will try and win.
“There are still many good teams left, but we want to achieve something important. I’m confident we can win both the Europa League and the Coppa.
“We are having a complicated season for all the reasons that are known, but I believe that despite this, we are able to win.
“In fact, to be honest, I can also say that succeeding would give us even greater satisfaction.”