The France international midfielder has been linked with a move to both the Gunners and Inter, but the 21-year-old has confessed that no deal will happen before the tournament
Yann M'Vila has stated that his club future will not be decided until after Euro 2012.
The Rennes midfielder is in high demand and has been linked with a big-money move to either Arsenal or Inter, but as yet the France international’s future is undecided.
With the 21-year-old part of Laurent Blanc’s squad to travel to Ukraine and Poland, M’Vila has stated that nothing will be confirmed until after the competition.
"I think my future will be resolved after Euro 2012," he told RMC Sport.
“I do not think about it. I am only thinking about the France team. If I have to sign in August, I will. The France team comes first.”
M’Vila was recently arrested for assault, but he feels that he does not warrant a bad-boy label.
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“These are teething problems. Basically, I am very calm and nice, but when you disrespect me I lose my cool," he added.
“I have seen it in the press - it is sad for those who support you, your loved ones. I have two kids and I do not feel like they think their father is bad. I have started to get the label of a French bad boy. I do not want it.
“I hope clubs tracking me understand that I am not like that at all.”
M'Vila has made 50 club appearances this season, scoring two goals and grabbing one assist.