Italian striker waiting until the end of the season before deciding next move.
Manchester United striker Federico Macheda has insisted that he will make no decisions about his future until the summer according to talkSport.
Macheda looks unlikely to have much of a future at Old Trafford with the Italian forward currently finding himself behind the likes of Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Chicharito Hernandez in the United pecking order.
With the club having been linked with the likes of Borussia Dortmund’s Robert Lewandowski and Atletico Madrid’s Radamel Falcao in recent weeks, the player’s prospects look only likely to become more bleak in the coming months.
Macheda is currently playing out on loan at German side Stuttgart but has yet to score for the Bundesliga club.
Stuttgart have the option of turning his loan deal into a permanent one but Macheda’s boyhood club Lazio are thought to be ready to make an offer for the player should the Bundesliga side turn his services down.
Macheda insists he remains focused on playing first team football for now and is enjoying life at Stuttgart.
He revealed that United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is continuing to provide him with advice even during his loan spell away from the club and that he would consult with the Old Trafford boss about his future once the season has drawn to a close.