The German goalkeeper seemingly brought down the curtain on his time in Gelsenkirchen with the DFB-Pokal victory, although he is uncertain over his next destination
The Germany international was speaking after captaining the Royal Blues to the DFB-Pokal triumph on Saturday evening, as his team ran out comfortable 5-0 winners against Duisburg in the final.
When asked whether it was his last game for his hometown club, Neuer expressed uncertainty over his future.
"My answer is clear. I do not have any idea [whether I will go to Bayern Munich]. Those who are responsible for everything know," he told Sky Deutschland. "I cannot say when so little has been reported because I am not in a position to do so. I don't have all the information. I must wait."
Other senior figures within the club have come out to say that it is not guaranteed that the 25-year old, whose contract still has a year to run, will leave this summer.
"We still have both options under consideration and it may well be that he will stay for another season. I think that a decision will be arrived at over the coming week. He is a key player, which makes it difficult for us," chairman Clemens Tonnies explained to ARD.
Sporting director Horst Heldt agreed that the matter will soon come to a head, telling German television that there was a final offer from Bayern, which the club will have to make a decision on.