Malaga forward Sandro Ramirez has rejected rumours he has decided upon his future amid reports he has agreed to join Atletico Madrid.
The 21-year-old has also been linked with moves to Sevilla and Villarreal alongside Premier League sides Everton and Liverpool with a release clause of €6m.
“There are several clubs interested,” Sandro told La Opinion de Malaga.
"I honestly don't know what my future holds but right now, I'm focusing on getting ready to train with the group and contribute to helping the national team win the European U21 Championship.
"It's true that I have a low release clause but right now I'm a Malaga player and all that I want is to focus on the national team.”
In another interview which was published by AS, the former Barcelona forward also refused to rule out staying at La Rosaleda.
"For a player the most important thing is to have confidence from the coach, the club, the teammates, that is a priority in order to feel important – I feel that at Malaga,” he said.
"I've had confidence throughout the season and I've matured a lot. I think I'm a different player now and I'm very happy because it's what I was searching for. I'm in no hurry to join a big club."