Liverpool-linked Leeds United attacker Raphinha has played down rumours of an imminent exit from Elland Road.
The 25-year-old has enjoyed another strong campaign for Marcelo Bielsa‘s side despite their precarious position in the table, registering eight goals and two assists in 19 Premier League appearances.
Raphinha’s form has supposedly attracted glances from both Liverpool and Bayern Munich, but the former Rennes man has insisted that he remains solely focused on matters with Leeds, where he is under contract until 2024.
Speaking to BBC Radio Leeds, Raphinha said: “I’ve got a contract until 2024, my head is totally here and focused on Leeds. As for contractual matters, I leave them for my agent and my dad.
“I just focus on my football, making Leeds fans happy, scoring goals, providing assists and getting victories for the team. The contractual matters are for my agent. My focus is on making people happy with my football and doing as best as I can for Leeds.”
The seven-cap Brazil international has amassed 14 goals and 11 assists in 51 tournaments for Leeds since arriving in 2020 and found the back of the net for the Selecao against Paraguay earlier this month.