Jeremy Menez admits his time at Roma could be over at the end of term as he is uncertain over whether he will remain.
The 23-year-old has scored just two goals in 29 appearances this season, and coach Vincenzo Montella has tended to overlook him ever since replacing Claudio Ranieri on the bench.
And, with Philippe Mexes already announcing his departure earlier on Wednesday, Menez has said he too could go, despite holding clear-the-air talks with Montella following the 2-0 defeat at Juventus.
Menez was said to have been involved in a disagreement with the coach over his role against the Old Lady, but their differences seem to have been settled.
"I have cleared things with Montella, everything is fine now," he told the press.
Asked whether his relationship with the Lupi was to be prolonged beyond June, he added: "Will my relationship with Roma continue? I don't know."
Roma lost to Juventus last week as their Champions League hopes were dealt a major blow. They are sixth in Serie A with a trip to Udinese up next.