Manchester United and Arsenal target Juan Cuadrado has distanced himself from rumours he's set to leave Fiorentina this summer, insisting that he remains fully committed to the Italian club.
TalkSPORT reports how the Colombia international will have no say on his future, amid suggestions that Bayern Munich and Juventus have also joined the race for his signature.
Cuadrado is currently co-owned by both Fiorentina and Udinese, with the former keen to secure the remaining 50 per cent of his stake at the end of the season.
Red Devils boss David Moyes has been credited with an interest in bringing the 25-year-old to Old Trafford, but faces a difficult task to secure his services given the complexed issues surrounding his rights.
Arsene Wenger has also been mooted as an admirer of Cuadrado, and is also believed to be weighing up an attempt to lure the South American to the Emirates Stadium as he too looks to strengthen his Arsenal ranks in the summer.
Despite the constant speculation regarding his future, the Fiorentina ace is focused only on playing as well as he can for Vincenzo Montella's side at Stadio Artemio Franchi.
"I think only of doing well with Fiorentina and I do not speak of the market," he told Calciomercatonews. And [anyway] it's not up to me."