Everything in the Yankees’ world is up in the air including the future of manager Joe Girardi.

Girardi is a free agent on Monday. He is not the type who puts himself in the spotlight so he has not drawn a lot of attention but nothing would surprise me when it comes to his future.

Despite all of the Yankees’ issues Girardi would like to come back to manage in The Bronx next season and the Bombers want him back but there is a part of him that always will have ties to the Midwest and if the Cubs the team he loved growing up in East Peoria Illinois and then played for came calling I could see Girardi taking the leap to go back home. His wife Kim is also from the Midwest and would have no qualms about going “home.’’

Girardi is about family-first and he may not want to uproot his children but if Girardi gets the chance to manage the Cubs he would have to seriously consider making the move.

Cubs president Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer will meet with current Cubs manager Dale Sveum on Monday to decide his fate. Sveum has one year remaining on his contract.

Girardi is not one to tip his hand.

When asked about his Yankees’ future Thursday night he said: “That’s something for the offseason. Let’s get through these four days and then maybe I can start to address those questions.

“I’ve said many times’’ Girardi said before Thursday night’s 4-0 loss to the Rays “that I’ve really enjoyed being here as a manager a coach a player a broadcaster. I love my time here but that is not something that is handled in-season and we’ll wait to the offseason.’’

When asked “Are you sure you want to stay on?’’ Girardi went into his shell.