Matteo Darmian says that he has no intention of leaving Manchester despite struggling to find his feet in the Premier League and reported interest from Juventus.
The former Torino full-back, signed by the Red Devils for €18m in 2015, has been linked with a move back to Italy, with Turin reportedly his likely destination.
In conversation with English publication The Sun, however, the 27-year old made it clear that he enjoys life in Manchester and suggests that what is published about him in the newspapers isn't necessarily worth printing.
“Every time I read something about my future… but [there is] nothing news [wise],” he said.
“I am happy here. I think also it is a part of our work, these kinds of rumours. Like I said before, I am happy here so nothing news [wise].
“I am a Manchester United player – that’s it.”
The Italian also commented on his preferred position, indicating that his versatility in that regard makes him a valuable asset tpo his manager.
“I always say the position doesn't matter to me if I have to play left or right,” he said.
“I work hard to be ready when the manager gives me an opportunity and that's it.
“I try to do my best every time, every game. I try to work hard during the week and that's my philosophy.”