Gomes waits on Barca decision
Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes says he will wait until the summer before making a decision on his future at the club.
The 25-year-old is currently out on loan at Everton in the Premier League where he is enjoying a fine season, making 22 first-team appearances so far.
He has become a fans' favourite with their boss Marco Silva having been heavily reliant on him in the last few months, and they would like to take him on a permanent basis.
However, Gomes insists his future will not be decided until the season is over.
The chance to play on a regular basis for Barca is one he is in no rush to turn down so he will wait and see what happens in the summer.
He told Sky Sports: "I have to say that I am really happy here. At the moment I am happy with everyone, [but] obviously I'm not so happy because as a club we want more.
"I am enjoying playing for Everton and enjoying my life here but I have to wait til the end of the season. I am one of the people who can decide the future but I am still a Barcelona player and I have to respect everybody.
"I will decide at the end of the season but right now I am happy here."
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