AC Milan coach Leonardo is remaining tight-lipped on whether or not he will remain at the club next season.
There is media speculation in Italy that the first-year tactician could return to his native Brazil this summer.
After his team's 2-1 defeat at Sampdoria yesterday, a loss that all but ended Milan's Scudetto ambitions, Leonardo said: "There's nothing to say.
"My only concern at this time is our next four games.
"The only thing I'm thinking of is the end of the campaign.
"At this time I am the coach of Milan and my priority is to end the season in the best possible way."
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani hopes Leonardo, who is under contract for a further year with the Rossoneri, will remain.
However, he said that should the Brazilian tactician leave, it would be down to personal issues.
"It's not a problem to do with buying, only that Leo has three children in Rio and sooner or later he will return to Brazil," Galliani said.
"But I believe that this will happen in the future. That is why I will try to convince him to remain."
Milan head into the final four weeks of the season in third place and seven points behind league leaders Roma.Reuse content