Malaga goalkeeper Willy Caballero has dismissed talk of him making a summer switch to England, as reported by Sky Sports.
The Argentinean ‘keeper has been with the southern Spain club for three years now and has been one of the top stoppers in La Liga.
Malaga have struggled with life after Manuel Pellegrini who made a summer switch to Manchester City and they are just four points clear of the drop zone.
Caballero has been tipped to join Pellegrini at City in the summer as the Chilean boss has not been convinced with Joe Hart, with a move to Tottenham and Arsenal also mentioned.
The 32 year old is happy with Malaga though and will not try to leave the club any time soon.
“I’m quite happy at Malaga, if they want me to leave, they’ll have to kick me out.
“You have to take your hat off to the fans.
“This year we have a different budget and have brought in different players, but they are always supportive.
“Last year, we have a great bond with the coaching staff, team and fans, and that’s something we don’t want to lose.”