Antoine Griezmann has refused to reveal where his future will lie despite admitting that he has made a decision regarding a potential summer transfer.
The Atletico Madrid forward has been heavily linked with Barcelona after a season in which his 29 goals and 15 assists helped the Rojiblancos to a second-placed finish in La Liga and the Europa League title.
He was expected to announce where he would be playing his football next season during a press conference organised by the France national team ahead of the World Cup.
"Sorry but today is not the day. I know there's a lot of expectation, but today is not the day [to speak about my future]," he said reading from a pre-prepared statement.
"I have already made my decision but it is not the time to announce it," he added.
Griezmann is expected to play a key role in France's bid to win the World Cup for the first time since 1998, with Didier Deschamps' team one of the pre-tournament favourites to go all the way.
Griezmann will join the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Ousmane Dembele and Olivier Giroud in a formidable attacking unit as Les Bleus kick-off their Group C campaign against Australia on Saturday.