Spanish ace rules out Spurs switch
Atletico Madrid striker Adrian Lopez is playing down talk of an imminent move from Spain to either Tottenham or arch-rivals Arsenal.
The 24-year-old, who netted 18 times for Atletico last season, claims he is content with life at the Estadio Vicente Calderon, and isn't thinking about joining another club anytime soon.
Lopez has responded to speculation about his future while preparing to represent his country in the upcoming Olympic Games, indicating that the rumours are without foundation which supports the earlier comments made by his club president Enrique Cerezo.
He told Europa Press: "I'm very happy at Atletico and, as far as I know, the only negotiations that are open with the club are regarding my contract renewal.
"I don't know anything more about any other offers.
'I have a contract with Atleti and I've got three more years here.
'Now I only want to think about the national team and it isn't the moment to talk about rumours and things that come out in the papers."
Spain kick-off their Olympic involvement with a clash against Japan at Hampden Park on July 26th.