Sevilla defender Clement Lenglet has yet to decide where his future lies, according to his agent.
The centre-half has attracted interest from a host of top clubs including Barcelona, Man Utd and Liverpool, with the 22-year-old catching the eye during the La Liga side’s run to the Champions League quarter-finals.
Despite a lengthy list of suitors, his representative insists Lenglet has reached no conclusions and is staying focused on Sevilla’s final La Liga game this weekend.
“He still does not know what he is going to do or what he wants to do next summer, agent Gregory Dakad told Estadio Deportivo.
“At the moment, Clement focuses on the end of the season.
“Of course, there are clubs that are interested in Lenglet. But first, he wants to finish the season well – he really likes the club and the city here.
“I can promise you that I do not know what he wants to do and I cannot say which clubs are interested, but in Spain and in other countries there are clubs that would like to meet us. At the moment, however, there is nothing decided.”
Dakad reiterated that staying at Sevilla remains an option.
“We are going to discuss it with Sevilla after the end of the season,” he said.
“He knows the league and he feels good in Spain, but he is a professional and, if he leaves the country, he will think of all the aspects. The truth is that he does not think of leaving every morning when he gets up.
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