Fernando Llorente’s contract at Tottenham Hotspur will expire in the summer and so far, no new deal has been handed to him.
His brother Jesus, who is also his agent, stressed “there’s always a grain of truth” when discussing rumours linking the player with a move to Napoli.
He also opened the door for his client to join Carlo Ancelotti’s side in the next transfer window.
Tottenham sealed a berth in the Champions League final following their 3-2 win over Ajax earlier this week and after the match, Llorente spoke to Cadena Ser, and was asked about his future.
“We’ll see what happens, my future is more in the air than ever. Whatever God wants,” he explained.
When the Spaniard signed for Spurs in 2017, he knew he was going to be second choice behind Harry Kane.
Mauricio Pochettino has used the 34-year-old in the absence of the England international, who has picked up injuries on two different occasions this season.
Kane is currently sidelined, but Llorente expects the star striker to be fit on time for the Champions League final clash against Liverpool in June.
“Harry Kane? He’s sure he’s recovering for the final, he’s sure,” Llorente added.