Borussia Dortmund have yet to decide whether they will offer veteran goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller a new contract, sporting director Michael Zorc has told kicker.
Weidenfeller, who joined from Kaiserslautern in 2002, is Dortmund's longest-serving player and has made 450 competitive appearances for the club.
The 36-year-old is in the final few months of his current deal but talks, which were scheduled to take place over the winter break, have yet to be held.
Zorc said: "We will sit down in the foreseeable future and discuss it with him.
"We've not made a decision yet, and first need to discuss it with Roman."
Weidenfeller, part of Germany's 2014 World Cup-winning squad, has been BVB's No. 2 keeper since the arrival of Switzerland international Roman Burki and coach Thomas Tuchel in the summer of 2015.
But when Burki fractured his hand in BVB's win over Bayern Munich in mid-November, Weidenfeller returned to play seven league games.
Meanwhile, Bild reported on Thursday that defender Matthias Ginter has held "secret talks" with RB Leipzig over a potential transfer.
Dortmund have announced the signing of Leverkusen defender Omer Toprak for next season and that could allow Ginter, under contract until 2019, to move away from the Westfalenstadion.