Curtis Granderson might move to left field for the New York Yankees this season, a switch that would allow the speedier Brett Gardner to take over center.

But based on what manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday after the Yankees’ workout, don’t count on a change.

Yes, Girardi said the club “hasn’t made any decisions.” More telling, though, Girardi hasn’t had Granderson work in left field so far in camp. Sure, it is early but with the Yankees first Grapefruit League game set for Saturday, Granderson seemingly would have been working at least a little in left to prepare for exhibition play.

“If we do start toying with it, we would do it really quickly,” Girardi said.

The Yankees would be more concerned about Granderson making a switch because he has spent virtually his entire career in center field. Gardner served as the Yankees’ primary center fielder in 2009 before Granderson arrived. Gardner also played 44 games in center in 2010 and 18 there in 2011.

Gardner, however, didn’t play much of anywhere last season when an elbow injury limited him to 16 games.

“We haven’t seen him play center in three or four years,” Girardi said. “I’m pretty sure he can. But it’s the combination of the two, not just how one does in one spot. It’s something we’ll continue to think about, maybe toy with a little bit.”

With three lefthanded-hitting outfielders, Girardi at least figures to move Gardner to center in games that Granderson doesn’t play. But there isn’t likely to be many days when Granderson isn’t in the lineup. He played 160 games last season and was the club’s most productive hitter with 43 homers and 106 RBIs.