Brazilian international midfielder Felipe Melo says he has not heard of rumours suggesting he could be involved in a swap deal with Carlos Tevez.
Tevez is being strongly linked with a summer move away from Manchester City, and reports in Italy claimed Juventus could be ready to move for Tevez - offering Melo in exchange.
Melo's own future remains far from clear, as he completed the season on-loan at Turkish side Galatasaray.
Speaking to Portal da Band, he said: "To be honest I know nothing [about Manchester City].
"I have a few days holiday now, the season was very stressful and now I get all this transfer stuff at the end, and I will end up not enjoying my holidays.
"This week will be decisive, I'll talk to my lawyer and see what is concrete, and then decide."
Galatasaray are understood to be lining up a permanent deal and Melo admits he would be open to staying in Istanbul.
He said: "If I go back, I would be very happy and if not, I will keep supporting them.
"The idea for me now is to join a side that will allow me to win titles."