Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas has heard nothing from Manchester United or any other club about a possible transfer and sees his long-term future at the Bernabeu.
Reports in the both the Spanish and English media suggested United were looking to invest some of the Â£80million they are set to receive from Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo on Euro 2008 winner Casillas.
However, Casillas was quoted by AS as saying: "There is absolutely nothing, neither from United nor another club. Neither my agent nor Madrid have informed me of any offer, and nobody has called me either."
He added: "It's speculation, which is what happens when the transfer market is open."
The 28-year-old has been part of the scene at home-town club Madrid for almost two decades now and he has been a regular in the senior side since making his debut in 1999.
In February 2008 he penned a new contract, tying him to the Spanish giants until the completion of the 2016/17 season, and the Spain captain insists he is looking to see the deal through.
"I have a contract with Madrid until 2017 and what I'm thinking about is completing it. Everybody knows Madrid are in my heart and that I'm a White until I die.
"I joined Real Madrid as a child and Madrid is my home."
Casillas also had a message for Madrid fans who might be fearing he could be on his way out of the club, saying: "The fans should be calm, there is nothing at all from Manchester (United) or any other club. I'm from Spain and from Madrid, and that's it."
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