Paris Saint-Germain's Javier Pastore has said his time at the club "is coming to an end."
Argentina international midfielder Pastore has been out of favour under coach Unai Emery since returning to Paris late after the winter break along with striker Edinson Cavani.
He then saw a loan move to Inter Milan fall through, and told Onda Cero's "Radio Estadio" he did not know what would happen at the end of the season.
"My time in Paris is coming to an end and I am coming to terms with this," Pastore said. "I still have one year left on my contract and I do not know how this will end up.
"However, I am focused on finishing the season in the best possible fashion and winning all of the titles that we have left to fight for."
Pastore could win a fifth Ligue 1 title along with a fifth Coupe de la Ligue and a fourth Coupe de France this season.
And he predicted that things would be different at the Parc des Princes after the summer.
"I think that a lot of changes will be made ahead of next season," he said. "This campaign, [sporting director] Antero [Henrique] came in and he has not been able to do what he wanted -- he needed time to get to know the team.
"There will be changes. Many players are coming to the ends of their contracts. The club must decide what to do with these players."
Pastore, who gave up the No. 10 shirt when Neymar signed for PSG from Barcelona, rejected speculation that the Brazil star could leave at the end of the season.
"When Neymar arrived, he was very enthusiastic," he said. "However, this club is not yet at the same level as Barcelona.
"It is also not the same thing when you are playing in Spain compared with the stadiums here.
"I do not think that Neymar was expecting this climate. His injury is a setback, but he will get back to his best at the highest level.
"I do not think that Neymar will leave. I see it as more of a media game than real desire on his part to move."