Lazio star Felipe Anderson says he has no intention of leaving the Italian club despite rumours of interest from the Premier League.
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The Brazilian’s fine form in the Serie A has reportedly garnered the attention of Manchester United and Chelsea, with the Red Devils linked to a £30m move for the former Santos man.
However, the 22-year-old says he has no knowledge of Premier League interest and sees his future at the Stadio Olimpico.
“Next year? All I know is I’ll be playing for Lazio,” Anderson is quoted as saying by Daily Express.
“I only recently renewed my contract for another five years. I’m thinking about that shirt, and nothing else. I don’t know of any offers, my future is at Lazio.”
Anderson joined Lazio in a £6.5m deal in 2013 and has since scored 10 goals in 45 league appearances for the club.
He made his international debut for Brazil in a friendly with Mexico this week, but missed out on a place in Dunga’s 2015 Copa America squad.