MICHAEL Monaghan's manager insists the Manly star has not yet made a final decision on where he will play next year. Monaghan has been granted a release from his contract next year, with reports today claiming he is set to announce his signing with English Super League clubs Warrington or Hull for 2008. But the playmaker's manager, Jim Banaghan, said no deals have yet been decided. Banaghan told a Sydney radio station this morning he will meet with Monaghan this afternoon to discuss his future, after receiving formal offers from three Super League clubs and the Wests Tigers. "Michael would prefer to stay in the NRL, he's made no bones about that, but he has to sit down, and if this is going to be his penultimate contract he may as well make it a good one," said Banaghan, who added Hull and Warrington are favourites should the player opt for England. From the info I have gathered, Monaghan will be release early to play for either Hull or Warrington. Tigers out of the question.