The defender, who has been a long-time target for Manchester United, insists that he is happy to stay with the Portuguese champions but admits that his future remains uncertain
Benfica defender Ezequiel Garay is adamant that he is happy to continue his career with the club but refuses to rule out a possible summer exit.
The Argentina international has been linked with a potential switch to Napoli and Manchester United, with Red Devils boss David Moyes having attended Benfica's cup victory over Porto as part of a scouting mission to assess a number of transfer targets.
Speaking after his side clinched their 33rd Primeira Liga title on Sunday with a 2-0 win over Olhanense, Garay made it clear that he is enjoying life under Jorge Jesus but could offer no assurances over his future as his contract enters its final year.
"I don't know, we'll see," he told the club's TV channel when asked about his future. "My wife and I are very happy here and hopefully we'll have more years."
Meanwhile, Jesus confirmed to the club's TV channel that Toto Salvio has suffered a broken arm after falling awkwardly in Sunday's win, ruling him out of their Europa League semi-final with Juventus.
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