Lille attacker Eden Hazard has reiterated that he is bound for Manchester this summer but has once again refused to disclose whether he will be joining City or United.
The Belgium international has already announced that he will be leaving his French employers at the end of the season to move to the Premier League. Manchester has emerged as his most likely destination but Hazard has thus far remained coy on whether he will taking up residence at Old Trafford at Eastlands.
The 21-year-old had an opportunity to reveal all after being named as Ligue 1's player of the season on Monday evening, but when asked where he was going this summer, Hazard replied: "To Manchester, as I have already said. The decision will be taken soon.
"I have made my choice 90 per cent. There are always small things that can change everything. You will soon know where my future lies.
"City have won the title this year, and they have great players, a great coach and a nice project.
"At United, we all know [Sir Alex] Ferguson and all the talented players he has in his squad."
Goal.com has already reported that newly-crowned Premier League champions City lead the chase for the €40 million (£32m) rated versatile winger.
Hazard, who has scored 17 goals in Ligue 1 this season, and created 15 more, has spent his entire professional career at Lille, having arrived in France from Belgian outfit Tubize as a 14-year-old.