The Barcelona boss says that a decision has yet to be taken over a new deal for the Frenchman and adds that he would have no objections to the goalkeeper staying another year
The Frenchman returned to the first team recently after missing more than a year thanks to a liver transplant, while the goalkeeper made his intention to leave Camp Nou clear in January.
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"For me, it wouldn't be a problem if Victor wants to continue another season. I didn't talk to him, but his decision was clear."
Vilanova has had his own battles with cancer and conceded that his relapse was a testing tame for Barca.
"It wasn't an easy situation for the club when I had my relapse. I would have accepted any decision they'd have made," he continued.
"I feel very good after the treatment. I didn't give a press conference earlier because there were still some side effects, particularly with my voice.
"I feel better every day. I feel strong enough and I'm very motivated to continue next season, if my health allows it."