Sevilla have dismissed reports linking Daniel Alves with a move to the Premiership.
Speculation has suggested both Arsenal and Liverpool are interested in bringing in the Brazilian right-back this summer.
However, sport director Ramon Rodriguez has declared there will be no talk about Alves' future until the end of the season.
"We have received no formal propositions and now we are in the race for a number of competitions, that is our main concern," Rodriguez told the Spanish press.
"(Sevilla president Jose Maria del Nido) has insisted that I do not discuss Alves or any other player until June."
Sevilla have said previously that they would only be willing to part with the player for a considerable sum of money.
Alves, who has also been linked with Barcelona, is equally adamant that he will not be drawn on his long-term plans at this stage of the season.
"I only want to play and help Sevilla in the important challenges that lie ahead."