Luis Suarez has denied reports that he has a clause in his contract to allow talks with Real Madrid and Barcelona if they bid a certain amount, reported to be £70m.
The Liverpool striker signed a new four-and-a-half year deal at the end of last year, and when asked at an event for 888 Poker if he had a clause that would let him leave for one of the Spanish giants if they make an offer, Suarez replied: "I didn't sign any contract with clauses prioritising a certain team."
The Uruguay striker, who scored 31 Premier League goals for the second-placed club last season says he "turns the page" every time he reads a story linking him with a move away from Anfield.
"I turn the page … you know what the press is like, how they speculate, and you try to not take any notice. I know what I want. My agent tells me what's there and what's not. It's more speculation than reality."
Suarez says his sole focus now is on next month's World Cup, which includes a match against England on 19 June.
"I had a very good season with Liverpool but now I am focused on the World Cup.
"Everyone remembers the last World Cup we won in Brazil [in 1950]. But that is the past. I don't know if it was a miracle, in football you never know what will happen.
"Our group is one of the most difficult. We will go forward thinking in each game as it comes."
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