Manchester United and Arsenal target Toni Kroos has refused to rule out the possibility of leaving Bayern Munich at the end of the season.
Kroos has sent out mixed messages to both Bayern Munich and his potential suitors during the course of the season - with the 24-year-old again suggesting he could leave the Allianz Arena in the summer.
Former Manchester United boss David Moyes was said to be keen on bringing the German international to Old Trafford before he was dismissed from his post on Tuesday morning.
However Manchester United are said to still be in the market for Kroos as the club's top brass realise the Red Devils' engine room needs some serious investment before the start of next season.
In fact, Louis van Gaal - who has been widely tipped to replace Moyes - could tempt Kroos into swapping the Bundesliga for the Premier League as the duo worked together at Bayern Munich during the Dutchman's brief spell in Germany.
Kroos has been told by another former Bayern Munich boss - Jupp Heynckes - to stay at the German and European champions beyond the current season, however the deep-lying playmaker has insisted he will decide his own future.
"Heynckes is the most important coach I have ever worked with," Kroos told the Daily Mail. "His is one of a few opinions who I value very highly. It was great to hear what he thinks.
"[However] it is my future, and my decision."