Parramatta winger Semi Radradra says he has not decided if he'll remain with the beleaguered National Rugby League club, despite claims to the contrary from his manager.
Radradra flew to Fiji last weekend after helping the Eels to victory over South Sydney amid speculation he is to sign a deal to play rugby union in France.
The Eels released a statement on Monday saying the winger had returned home with the club's consent for a short visit and manager George Christodoulou said his client would definitely be back to face Cronulla on July 2.
However, Radradra told News Corp Australia he was still mulling over his future and refused to rule out a switch to Europe.
"I haven't made a decision on anything," Radradra said.
"I'm just here to see my family and talk through it with them. I'm just here to have a break."
Radradra's sister Vaseva Waqatuva told News Corp she was looking forward to helping her brother work out his future.
"No, he has not made a decision yet. He'll be on the island later this week and is coming to talk to Dad and the rest of the family about that."