Winger Vitolo has revealed Atletico Madrid are not the only club trying to sign him this summer, but rejected reports he will definitely leave Sevilla.
The 27-year-old has been strongly linked with a €40m move away from Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan, with Atletico – under a registration ban until January – reportedly the frontrunners.
"Atletico Madrid? I don't know what'll happen…they aren't the only interested club, there are more teams," Vitolo told La Provincia.
"I haven't decided anything yet and moreover, I'm under contract at Sevilla and I owe them the greatest of respect.
"The day I leave Sevilla I'll be really sad to go, it's been a wonderful experience that will stay with me forever.
“Man City? They are a great club that has grown in recent years, but at the moment there's nothing with them.
“Barcelona? Of course it's flattering to be tracked by a club like Barca, but those teams track a lot of players."
Vitolo joined Sevilla from Las Palmas in July 2013 and last year was called up to the Spanish national squad for the first time.