Paris Saint-Germain sporting director, Luis Campos, has finally squashed rumours of him making a move to Chelsea.
Reports had emerged that Chelsea are looking to bring Campos to Stamford Bridge.
It was said that the Premier League giants would allocate the Portuguese a massive sum of £260 million in a bid to rebuild their squad after manager Thomas Tuchel’s exit.
Campos is a highly experienced European football executive. He has held analytical and executive roles with teams like PSG, AS Monaco, and Real Madrid, among others.
However, Campos has now denied those reports of a move away from PSG, insisting that he has a three-year contract with the French Ligue 1 champions.
“I’ve a three-year deal here at PSG as I wanted, and I’ve joined this club because I’m convinced we can do something extraordinary,” Campos said as quoted by Fabrizio Romano.
“I’ve the right energy to fight for Paris Saint-Germain and do something great here.”