Chelsea winger Willian needs his future sorted quickly with his contract set to expire this summer.
But agent Kia Joorabchian insists the Tottenham and Arsenal target discussing his next move has not been the Brazilian’s priority.
The 31-year-old has spent seven years at Stamford Bridge since joining from Anzhi Makhachkala.
Willian has amassed a massive 329 appearances for the Blues across all competitions.
And he still has plenty to offer in the Premier League, with a short move across the capital a possibility.
Spurs are interested in luring Willian to north London, having missed out to Chelsea in the race to sign him back in 2013.
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Jose Mourinho managed to pip Tottenham to his signature then, and he could now finally bring him to the club when the current season eventually ends.
Arsenal, though, have also been linked with a potential swoop, with Mikel Arteta still rebuilding his squad at the Emirates Stadium.
The coronavirus crisis, though, has been at the forefront of Willian’s thinking in recent times.
He is back in Brazil training at his family home, having been given permission by Frank Lampard’s Chelsea to fly back.
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His contract expires in June, but FIFA’s rulings with regards to expiring contracts and COVID-19 dealing the end to the football season means Willian will hang around until his job is finished with Chelsea.
For now, Joorabchian has told Sky Sports: “There is a lot of speculation but I can genuinely explain to you we have not spoken about transfers or anything like that.
“No one has the right feeling.
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