Sergio Ramos insists Real Madrid could sort his new contract in five minutes and rule out speculation surrounding his future.
As reported by ABC earlier this year, the Madrid captain held talks with the club over a contract extension by a further 12 months until 2022.
However, the 33-year-old – who joined Los Blancos from Sevilla in 2005 – has not put pen to paper on a new deal and there are now question marks over his long-term future.
There were also contradictory comments from Ramos and Madrid president Florentino Perez earlier this year – with the latter claiming Ramos had requested to move to Chinese football.
“There is no Ramos case,” Ramos told Onda Cero radio.
“I'm contracted to Real Madrid and I have one and a half years left on my contract. If they (Madrid) want to sort it out, in five minutes it can be done.”
The Spain international made 41 starts for the club this season but was among a number of underperforming players as Madrid endured a tough campaign.
The Spain captain has scored 84 goals for Madrid in 611 appearances across 14 years following a move from Sevilla and has won 167 caps for his nation.
Ramos has won 20 trophies at the club, including three La Liga titles and four Champions League crowns.