Pepe Reina has admitted he is still unsure as to where he will be playing his football next season, having confirmed his agents are ‘working on my future.’
Reina spent the 2013-14 campaign on loan at Serie A giants Napoli, but looks unlikely to sign a permanent contract with the Naples club.
That means the 31-year-old is set to return to Liverpool for pre season training, but admits he is unsure as to whether he will stay at Anfield for much longer, as he is yet to hold talks with manager Brendan Rodgers.
“I want to be calm. There are people who are working on my future,” Reina told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I have two years left on my Liverpool contract and the situation is the same as a month ago.
“I’ve not spoken to Brendan Rodgers and I don’t know what Liverpool think. But I have a contract and that is what counts.
“I have to join up with Liverpool and there’s nothing more I can do. I’ve said goodbye to Rafa and he knows the situation.”
Reina managed his first World Cup appearance for Spain, as they dispatched Australia 3-0 on Monday.
His performance was praised by Napoli and Belgian winger Dries Merterns, who used Twitter to urge his club to sign the goalkeeper on a permanent basis.
Mertens wrote on Twitter: “Great game Pepe Reina, congratulations! Now make me happy and start negotiating a new contract with Napoli.”