Robinson Cano is keeping his cards close to the vest when it comes to free agency.

The marquee free agent told the Daily News “we'll see” when asked Thursday night if he would sign the $14.1 million qualifying offer extended by the Yankees this week. Cano, 31, has until 5 p.m. Monday to sign or reject the offer.

“We’ll have to wait and see,” said Cano, who was at the Hammerstein Ballroom’s “Keep a Child Alive” gala, which raises money for children and families affected by HIV. Singer Alicia Keys started the foundation 10 years ago and performed at Hammerstein on Thursday night.

Cano was seated with Yankee ace CC Sabathia and his wife, Amber. Cano said no other teams had approached him yet with any offers. Before the 2013 season ended, there were reports Cano would be seeking a deal in the neighborhood of $300 million over 10 years. He is represented by Hip-Hop mogul Jay Z and Creative Artists Agency.