If it's still bubbling I'd leave it be, but that's just me. Given that it's still fermenting, it may not be ready to clear up.
I've left ciders in primary for months with no ill effect, so I don't think another week or so is going to hurt anything here.
If you are satisfied with where the SG is at and want to speed things along, you can always try "cold crashing" by putting the whole thing in the fridge. After the cider has cleared up a bit over a few days in the fridge, you'll be ready to trasnfer.