Gareth Bale’s future will be decided in the coming weeks.
The 32-year-old winger will end his nine-year spell with Real Madrid this summer and he is yet to decide on his future.
H will decide on his future after the outcome of the World Cup play-off with Wales is known.
“We will sit down and go through everything after the Wales matches in June. Gareth wants to focus on what happens with Wales first,” said Barnett, agent of Gareth Bale.
“He will then make a decision about the future once he knows exactly where Wales are at. There will always be speculation from others, but it’s not necessarily informed.
“His massive ambition is to lead Wales into the World Cup, he’s already done pretty much everything else. The people of Wales will know how much that means to him, he’s probably a national treasure to them.”
The Welshman has recently been linked with a move to Cardiff City this summer.
Barnett on Bale joining Cardiff: “Who knows? We’ll look and see in due course. But I repeat there are no options on the table at the moment.
“Cardiff has a lot of plusses. He’s from Wales, his family are from there. From a personal point of view it could appeal. But I emphasise this is me talking, my views, not Gareth’s. I have not discussed it with him.”