Seville’s Grzegorz Krychowiak has played down a move to England amidst speculation surrounding a switch, the Mirror reports.
The Polish international has earned strong plaudits since making the switch to Spain from Reims in 2014, being rewarded with a place the La Liga’s Team of the Season for last term.
Krychowiak also helped his side to earn a place in Euro 2016, by scoring a screamer against the Republic of Ireland in the group stages to stop their opponents from knocking them out of the automatic qualification places.
Arsenal have been linked with moves for the Sevilla star since last winter, while Manchester City have come up against his side in the Champions League this season, and are said to have been impressed with what they have seen.
The Europa League champions signed the midfielder to a new contract this month, increasing his release clause to £32.2 Million, in hope of fending off interest from his potential suitors.
Krychowiak has now played down links with a move to the Premier League also, simply claiming: “A future in England? It’s too cold there.”