Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo has referred to his future and made it clear he will only leave if it benefits the club and himself.
The Spanish international has been the subject of intense speculation that he could be on his way to Manchester City, although the Andalusians insist they have still not received any bids for the 27-year-old.
“Right now I’m at Sevilla and I like it very much. If I stay then that will be fine, but if I leave then it will be because it benefits both the club and myself,” he said in an interview at the Football & English summer camp for children and published on the club’s official website.
“I’m happy on a personal level but collectively we have not achieved the goals we wanted.
“In the end, no matter how well you do individually, if collectively you don’t achieve anything then the individual counts for nothing.”
On the other hand, the former Rayo Vallecano and Almeria man believes boss Unai Emery has done a good job since his appointment in January.
“We are very happy with him, although that doesn’t mean his predecessor was any worse, because everyone is different.
“I was lucky enough to be with Emery at Almeria and it was him who gave me debut in La Primera, so I’m also lucky to be here with him now,” he declared.