Michael Laudrup insists he will not leave Swansea in order to join Everton at the end of the season.
The Dane has been mooted as a potential successor to David Moyes following the Scot’s decision to join Manchester United when Sir Alex Ferguson steps down at the close of the campaign.
Earlier on Friday Laudrup’s agent rejected the rumours linking the Dane with a switch to Goodison Park, and now the Swans boss has stressed that he plans to remain at the Liberty Stadium.
He said: “It is pure speculation, like when some of my players are linked to other clubs or when players are linked with coming here, so I don’t want to comment on it.
“I haven’t spoken to anyone (at Everton), I don’t have time I have so much work to do here.
“I don’t have dreams of going to other clubs, I live in the present. I don’t have dreams about what I am going to do in two, four or eight years because I don’t know, I live in the present.
“I’ve said so many times my intention is to be here so I can’t say any more than that.”
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