Nemanja Vidic's agent has hinted that the Serbia defender, a summer target for Real Madrid, could leave Manchester United after the World Cup.
Vidic attempted to put an end to transfer speculation towards the end of the season by insisting that he had no plans to leave Old Trafford before his current deal expires in 2012.
However, Real have again been linked with a swoop for the Serbia international and his representative has refused to rule out a move.
According to agent Paolo Fabbri, Vidic does not want to focus on anything other than the World Cup at present and will consider his club situation later in the summer.
"At the moment there is no news," said Fabbri. "Nemanja has obviously left for the World Cup with Serbia and is concentrating on that.
"We are waiting for information. We are waiting for Nemanja to tell us what he wants to do, so at the moment we are waiting as it is up to him."
Asked whether United had offered Vidic a new deal, Fabbri said: "He is concentrating on something else so I guess it won't be until after the World Cup that he makes a decision on his future.
"We have requested some time from Manchester United to think about things, and Nemanja does not want to look at things until after the World Cup."
Fabbri insisted that Real Madrid had yet to make a formal approach for Vidic, who has been at Old Trafford since 2006.
"We have not heard anything official from them and Nemanja has requested I do not speak about particular clubs while he is at the World Cup," he explained. "Any eventual transfer will only take place after the World Cup."