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Arsenal and Liverpool target Jackson Martinez admits he does not know if he'll be staying at Porto this summer after shining for Colombia at the World Cup in Brazil.
The 27-year-old striker has struck 60 times in just 91 games for the Portuguese club and impressed greatly after filling in for the injured Radamel Falcao at the tournament in South America, leading to speculation that Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers will meet his £35million buyout clause before the start of the new Premier League campaign.
Martinez has previously admitted that he was a Gunners fan as a child, and would jump at the chance to ply his trade at the Emirates.
Arsenal have lost Nicklas Bendtner on a free transfer, and are looking for a top-class hitman to compete with France international Olivier Giroud for a place in attack.
However, Liverpool have also joined the race.
Despite the interest, Martinez believes that his future is still unclear but is well aware that a number of sides are chasing his signature.
He said: "Right now, I don't know what will happen. I have two more years on my contract with FC Porto.
"There is interest from some clubs, something that is perfectly normal when a player is performing well, but I always have to take into account the fact I am under contract and I have to respect it.