Sadio Mane has refused to be drawn on a possible move to Real Madrid after Saturday's Champions League final.
The Liverpool man has so far rejected the chance to commit his future to the club beyond Saturday's game, with Bayern Munich continuously pushing to try and sign Mane as they brace for the potential departure of Robert Lewandowski.
When asked how he would react if Real tried to sign him after the European final, Mane responded: "Good question... to be honest I am very focused on the Champions League, which is the most important thing for me and for the Liverpool fans.
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"Everything else is not important to me."
Manager Jurgen Klopp recently admitted he 'couldn't care less' about the exit rumours surrounding Mane, and stressed he was not worried about the forward's future.
Klopp ended by saying: "Wherever Sadio will play next year, he will be a big player."