Lautaro Martinez does not know where Inter-linked forward Paulo Dybala will play next season but hopes it will be "where he is happy".
Dybala's contract at Juventus is expiring, making him one of the most sought-after free agents of the upcoming transfer window.
Widespread reports have suggested he is most likely to join Argentina team-mate Martinez at Inter – although the Nerazzurri striker is also the subject of transfer speculation.
But as the pair link up on national team duty, Martinez insists Dybala's club future has been set to one side.
"We didn't touch the subject," Martinez told TyC Sports. "We talk about many things, about his situation and everything, but today he is thinking about the national team.
"His future will be decided when these games are over.
"He is a player with quality, personality and I hope he plays where he feels most comfortable, where he is happy."
Martinez is also focused on his role with Argentina, looking ahead to the World Cup in Qatar later this year – the first of his Albiceleste career.
"[The World Cup] is a dream I have had since childhood," Martinez said. "With my family, I constantly talk about this – they are all football fans.
"If I think now about what could happen, anxiety comes to me. I hope we can leave a good impression.
"These are dreams you always have. First your dreams are of being a professional, then they are renewed. Today I am months away from this [dream]; I hope it can be fulfilled and I can help my team-mates."
Even before that, at the start of June, Argentina have the Finalissima against Italy at Wembley to look forward to, pitting the Copa America winners against the European champions – an eagerly awaited fixture for Italy-based Martinez, even if the Azzurri will not be in Qatar.
"It will be an important game for us because of what the opponent means, beyond the fact that they have been left out of this World Cup," he said.
"We know their characteristics, their players, they are a high-level opponent. We have a very important test ahead to see where we stand."