Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta, who scored the goal that won World Cup 2010 for Spain, believes that his international team-mate, Liverpool striker Fernando Torres, will make a decision regarding his future very soon.
Torres, who sustained a groin injury as Spain beat Netherlands in the World Cup final on Sunday, has been strongly linked with a move to Chelsea or Manchester City.
There has been no indication yet as to what the 26-year-old is planning to do, but his Spain team-mate expects the striker to make a decision after a short break with his family.
"Fernando was fully focused on Spain and we didn't even talk about his future until last night," said Iniesta, according to The Daily Express.
"He is going to take a break with his wife and daughter [after attending his sister's wedding this week], speak to Liverpool and take things from there.
"Any club that has him is lucky to have him. David Villa says Torres is the most complete striker in the world and his future will be decided in the next two weeks."
Torres will undergo a scan on his injury this week, but his adductor strain is expected to sideline him for around two months.
Meanwhile, Iniesta has ruled out the possiblity of a move to the Premier League at any stage soon.
"It's a league I love to watch, but I never have any intention of leaving Barcelona," he said.
"It's a dream of mine to play at Old Trafford - but as a Barcelona player and nothing else. I hope I stay for my whole career."