Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquiliani is unsure as to his immediate future after spending the season on loan at Juventus.
The Italian international spent a nightmare first season at Anfield as he suffered from constant fitness problems and lack of form.
As a result he was loaned out to the Serie A giants by former manager Roy Hodgson, and now with Kenny Dalglish in charge at Liverpool, the 26-year-old admits he doesn't know where his future lies.
"The future? I'm at Juve, but I don't know what will happen," he told La Gazzetta dell Sport.
"I'm on loan and if I'm not redeemed in any case I'd go back to Liverpool in the best championship in the world. We'll see."
Reports in the Italian media had suggested Aquiliani was on the verge of agreeing a deal to stay with the Italian club, but that the £13 million Liverpool were demanding for the playmaker was a stumbling block.
However, Aquliani has now thrown fresh doubt into where his future lies and with Liverpool looking to spend even more on building a squad capable of qualifying for the Champions League, the former Roma man might be sold on.