Fenerbahce striker Robin van Persie has refused to rule out speculation linking him with a shock move to Barcelona in the January transfer window.
The 32-year-old surprised fans and pundits when he opted to sign for the Turkish giants in the off season, after Manchester United accepted a reported £3.84 million for the services of the Netherlands international.
While he has managed to find the net four times this term, Van Persie is said to be unhappy with his treatment by coach Vitor Pereira.
The striker has regularly been forced to take up a place on the substitutes bench and is said to be willing to listen to offers from other clubs.
And, according to Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad, the former Arsenal striker has already agreed a deal with the defending Spanish champions with a view to making a January switch to Spain.
When asked about the rumours, Van Persie told Radyospor: "Nobody know what can happen in the future in Football. I have learnt not to make plans."