Brazil attacking midfielder Lucas Moura has insisted that he will not make a decision on his future until after the Olympics, following reports linking him with Manchester United.
Lucas, 19, is currently in the United Kingdom with Brazil's Olympic football side and made a substitute appearance at Old Trafford on Sunday as the side beat Belarus 3-1 to progress to the quarter-finals.
It is reported that Manchester United have had a €36 million bid rejected for the Sao Paulo youngster, with the Brazilian club holding out for €40 million.
After the game at Old Trafford, Lucas told ESPN Brasil: "At the moment I'm a São Paulo player and I'm focused on the Olympics.
"I don't want to worry about this. If I am meant to leave now, it will happen. Otherwise, I'll remain calm because I'm still very young.
"After the Olympics are over, I'll decide. If I stay at Sao Paulo, I'll be happy because it's the club where I started my career."
Lucas Moura has already made 15 appearances for his country, scoring once in a victory over Argentina.