Chelsea midfielder, Willian, has said that he does not know if Barcelona are keen on his services this summer.
However, the Brazilian who is at the 2018 World Cup with his country, says he will talk about his future after the tournament.
Mundo Deportivo claimed the 29-year-old is “crazy” about forcing through a move to Barca this summer.
“People speculate a lot and we see a lot of things on the Internet but this is not the time to talk about this,” Willian said in a news conference on Thursday, ahead of their quarter-final clash against Belgium.
“I’ve not received any information about whether [Barca’s interest] is true. I’m trying to focus on the national team at the moment.”
Any move for Willian would be conditioned by the future of other players in the Barca squad, as they already have their full quota of non-EU players.
La Liga rules limit clubs to just three non-EU passport holders.
Barca have Philippe Coutinho, Paulinho and Yerry Mina taking up those spots.