The player's representative was adamant that no deal had been struck with any team for the services of his player after a series of faked quotes spread across the internetBorussia Dortmund star Shinji Kagawa has insisted the Japanese's future remains undecided following a media hoax that suggested he had agreed a move to Manchester United.
It emerged that the 23-year-old had declared to Osaka TV that the DFB-Pokal final against Bayern Munich would be his last game for BVB and that he had signed a deal with the Red Devils.
However, the player's representative insisted that the quotes were fake and that there was no guarantee on where the attacking midfielder would be playing his football next year.
"Nothing is decided yet," Thomas Kroth told Bild.
Kagawa played a huge part in Dortmund's Bundesliga winning campaign this season but his failure to sign a new contract has led to speculation surrounding a potential transfer to mount.
The Japan international recently revealed that he will decide whether to extend his contract or seek a move abroad after Saturday's DFB-Pokal final.