Thiago didn't give much away about his much-discussed future after Spain's 1-1 draw with Germany on Thursday.
|Thiago Alcantara.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Thomas Bachun|
Bayern München midfielder Thiago Alcantara was tight-lipped on reports linking him with Liverpool and Manchester United after featuring in Spain's 1-1 draw with Germany in the UEFA Nations League on Thursday.
Speaking to ZDF after the game, Thiago insisted he wants to focus on "nothing else" than Spain's next game against Ukraine on Sunday.
The 29-year-old went on to underline that Munich is "his home" and that he's very happy to be there.
When asked if he will be moving to Liverpool or Manchester United, Thiago had no comment and left the interview with a "Ciao".
In an interview with Sport Bild earlier this week, Bayern München coach Hansi Flick reiterated that the Spanish midfielder is expected to leave.
"I assume he will leave. We were completely focused on the Champions League, and his contract wasn't an issue in the past few weeks. We haven't had another conversation now, but I think his decision has been made," he said.
Thiago has one year left on his contract with Bayern, who are reportedly demanding €30 million for him.