William Carvalho latest: Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal target not coming to Premier League
The Sporting Lisbon player has been linked with a move all summer
William Carvalho has reaffirmed his commitment to Sporting Lisbon amid speculation linking him with various Premier League clubs.
The 22-year-old told A Bola: "I am under contract with Sporting and I'm a Sporting player.
"There is no way I can say I am going to leave. I am fine at Sporting."
Manchester United's interest in Carvalho pre-dated Louis van Gaal's arrival at Old Trafford and amid concerns over the long-term fitness of another target - Arturo Vidal - United were thought to be ready to make a serious bid.
Arsenal have been the front runners for the midfielder with two bids which are understood to have been turned down.
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