Spain World Cup hero Andres Iniesta believes Fernando Torres will make a decision on his future very soon.
Torres, who endured a disastrous World Cup at a personal level, has been strongly linked with a move to Chelsea or Manchester City.
While the Liverpool star is revealing precious little over his next move, his Spanish team-mate expects him to make his mind up shortly after a holiday with his family.
"Fernando was fully focused on Spain and we didn't even talk about his future until last night," said Iniesta, according to The Daily Express.
"He is going to take a break with his wife and daughter [after attending his sister's wedding this week], speak to Liverpool and take things from there.
"Any club that has him is lucky to have him. David Villa says Torres is the most complete striker in the world and his future will be decided in the next two weeks."
Meanwhile, Torres will undergo a scan on the groin injury picked up during the final against Netherlands, which is expected to rule him out for around two months.
When probed about his own future, Iniesta ruled out a possibility of moving to the Premier League despite revealing his dream of playing at Old Trafford.
"It's a league I love to watch, but I never have any intention of leaving Barcelona," he said.
"It's a dream of mine to play at Old Trafford - but as a Barcelona player and nothing else. I hope I stay for my whole career."