Luis Suarez has been linked to a move to Manchester United but Barcelona's president says they're in contract talks.
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has played down rumours linking their star player Luis Suarez with a move to Manchester United.
According to widespread reports, Jose Mourinho is considering a £135m move for the former Liverpool man in the 2017 summer transfer window.
However, while Bartomeu speaking to Sky Sports' Spanish football expert Guillem Balague, he said that talks for a new contract have already started.
"We read, we listen, we see this news, but of course, our interest in this particular case is that Luis Suarez is happy at Barcelona," he said in the interview.
"For me, he is probably the best striker in Europe and we want him to be with us. Right now, we are trying to extend his contract with Barcelona and he is one of our big future efforts because he is still young, he has a vision, a lot of ambition.
"He is happy at Barcelona and together with Lionel Messi and Neymar, they are really very dangerous."