Granit Xhaka wants a decision over his future to be made as soon as possible, reports the Daily Star.
The Switzerland international, who currently plays for Borussia Monchengladbach, looks increasingly likely to make a switch to Arsenal this summer, after admitting he may well have played his last game for the Bundesliga club.
And with Euro 2016 now on the horizon, the 23-year-old has also revealed he is keen to get his future sorted quickly so he can focus on the European Championships.
“It may be that it is my last game,” Xhaka said after Gladbach’s 2-0 final-day victory over Darmstadt.
“The season’s over now and there might be discussions tomorrow regarding the matter, we will make it together. The decision will definitely be before the Euros.
“I’m the wrong person to be asked [about a possible move], you might need to check that with [Gladbach sporting director] Max Eberl.
“[If I left the club], I’ll return to Borussia-Park [one day], but as I said, nothing is clear yet.”