Aston Villa’s Clément Lenglet wants to have clarity over his future beyond this season.

The defender joined the Villans on loan from Barcelona, without an option or obligation to buy. He had initially struggled to have a prominent role and had to wait until December to make his first league appearance.

Lenglet has made 24 appearances so far, and Mundo Deportivo state he wants to analyse his season at Aston Villa and also wait to receive offers from other clubs before making a decision on his future.

Mundo state the only thing that’s clear as of now is that the 28-year-old has no future at Barcelona.

As of now, he’ll have to return to the Camp Nou after this loan spell at Villa Park. Prior to that, it’s claimed the centre-back will first meet Aston Villa director Monchi and manager Unai Emery, to ‘find out their intentions with him’.

While waiting to find out the Premier League side’s opinion, he will also wait for offers from other clubs. Mundo’s title says ‘Lenglet sets a date to decide his future’, and within the report, it’s said he will make a decision on his future after the Euros.

On Monday, Lenglet revealed that he almost left Aston Villa in January, after holding talks with other clubs. If he doesn’t continue at Villa Park, it’s possible these clubs could return for him in the next window.