Luis Enrique refused to evaluate rumours that he might replace Gerardo Martino as Barcelona coach whilst speaking to reporters on Friday.
According to Sport, Enrique said that "everything is speculation" and that he is "focused on the last three games."
"I can understand some of the news and rumours, but no one will be able to remove my focus from my work. Speculations on any club with a coach with a valid contract will never stop being speculations. I will not judge them," the 43-year-old said.
When asked if he had a £2.6m exit clause in his contract, Enrique said that he "does not know why everyone is interested in the contract now. It is the same contract as at the beginning of the season. Nothing has changed."
He told reporters that he "would not play" their speculation game, which he knows too well as he has "spent so many years in football."
Instead, he is "only interested in the match against Osasuna" on Saturday evening.
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