Nou Camp bit-part player won’t reveal plans until after the Confederations Cup.
Barcelona striker David Villa has admitted that he won’t be discussing his future until after the Confederations Cup later this month, Sky Sports reports.
The 31-year-old was called into the 23-man squad to face Uruguay, Tahiti and Nigeria in Brazil amidst heavy speculation surrounding his future with the Catalan giants. However, the former Valencia man has said that he won’t be making any decisions until after the tournament.
He has been linked several times with moves to north London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal, as well as Liverpool, though he claimed that he is happy with Barcelona.
“I always try to think of the present. I will go to the Confederations Cup and try to play a good role there,” he told Spanish press.
“We’ll need to analyse many things during the summer and then we’ll see. Right now I’m not thinking about anything else than playing football.”
“I have a contract with Barca and I’ve always said that I’m very happy here.”
Villa returned from a long standing injury this season to help Barca secure another league title by bagging just nine goals in 27 appearances, though he managed 15 in 39 across all competitions.