Zlatan Ibrahimovic could quit Manchester United this summer.
The Swede signed a one-year deal with the option of a further year.
But he will only decide his future at the end of the season with MLS side LA Galaxy desperate to lure him for a swansong in the USA.
United boss Jose Mourinho believes the 35-year-old, who scored Wednesday’s late winner at Crystal Palace, will trigger the second year.
But Ibrahimovic, who has 14 goals in 20 starts, will only stay if he believes he can influence a United title push.
He does not want to be seen as a big-name star just taking his wages and playing a bit- part role or not being able to match his own high standards in one of Europe’s top divisions.