Manchester United striker Robin van Persie admits he will have to think long and hard about his future as his spell at Old Trafford is drawing to a close.
The Red Devils are expected to try and offload the Netherlands star in the summer transfer window seeing as he is no longer considered an important member of Louis van Gaal’s squad.
Van Persie has another year left on his deal with Manchester United, but he is already thinking about future prospects.
“It’s a strange, difficult situation,” said Van Persie. “A new situation, that’s a better word. I have to think, in a realistic way. It’s my ambition to play the next years.
“I’m thinking about my family and my children with every decision I take. These are very important for me.
“I’m a real family guy. I think it’s fantastic to see how happy my children and wife are. That’s something I take in consideration when I’m thinking about my future.”
Van Persie is 1.73 (8/11) to remain with Manchester United, with Turkish giants Fenerbahce and Galatasaray priced at 6.00 (5/1) and 9.00 (8/1) respectively to recruit the Dutch forward this summer.