Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has refused to confirm rumours he is set to sign for Bayern Munich.
Bayern defeated Dortmund 2-1 in Saturday's UEFA Champions League final and speculation is rife that the Polish striker will join team-mate Mario Goetze in moving to the Allianz Arena in the close-season.
Departing Bayern manager Jupp Heynckes strongly suggested the 24-year-old will be joining the club in the aftermath of their win at Wembley, but Lewandowski insisted it was not yet decided where he will be playing in 2013-14.
"I know nothing," he said.
"I hope that soon we will know everything when it comes to my future.
"Like I said, as far as my future is concerned, we're just going to have to wait and see. Hopefully we will know everything soon."
However, on Monday, the former Lech Poznan forward's agent claimed that the transfer between the two Bundesliga clubs was imminent.
"As far as we are concerned, the issue is resolved, although we have not signed anything yet," Cezary Kucharski told Poland's TVN 24.
"It is up to the clubs to reach an agreement. The transfer could take just one or two weeks to go through."