Lucas Moura insists he is not worrying about his future following renewed speculation linking the Sao Paulo midfielder with Inter Milan and Manchester United.
The 19-year-old is one of the brightest prospects in world football and has also been linked with a move to the likes of Chelsea and Real Madrid.
He admitted earlier this week that his father had held talks with Italian giants Inter, but reports have claimed United have sent a delegation to Brazil to discuss a deal.
United are reportedly willing to pay £30million for Moura and want to finalise his signing before he features for Brazil at the Olympic Games.
However, in response to fresh rumours of interest from Inter, the midfielder says he is not getting involved in any discussions about a possible move.
"I know nothing concrete, just speculation and interest," Moura told Lancenet.
"I'm glad that a big European team showed interest, but I stay out of this, my agent deals with that.
"I don't want to worry about that, I just want to play football."
Inter were reportedly ready to offer €25million (£19.7m) for Moura - a figure which Sao Paulo have described as 'ridiculous'.
But Moura is not fretting about his price tag, adding: "I'm not the one who sets my transfer value, the club do. I just play football."