Malaga midfielder Isco admits transfer options are at his disposal this summer.
The one-cap Spain international, who is currently representing his country at the U21 European Championships, has been heavily linked with a move away from La Rosaleda in recent months.
Manchester City and Real Madrid are among those keen to land the 21-year-old, who The Sun claimed would cost £17million yesterday.
And, despite having three-years left on his contract with Malaga, the playmaker is happy to consider a move away from the club this summer, admitting his future is completely up in the air.
"My future nobody knows. Manuel Pellegrini is my footballing father, who gives me confidence - so you have to think about [Manchester] City and look at it," he said, according to AS.
"And Madrid? There is that, so we see what happens."
Pellegrini is yet to officially take the reigns at the Etihad Stadium, but is widely tipped to replace Roberto Mancini as the Citizens chief.
And, he’ll already have new players to work with, after Fernandinho and Jesus Navas agreed deals to join Manchester City earlier in the month.
Isco would take the club’s spending beyond £60million if he did move to the Premier League, but last season’s FA Cup runners-up clearly face competition from one of Spanish football’s biggest names.