Manchester United target Hirving Lozano has commented on recent reports which linked him to the English club. In a chat with Mexican journalists, the Pachuca forward said he hasn’t been contacted regarding a move yet.
“I believe I have to take it calmly, I wasn’t told anything about it, I need to first focus on the Tri (National Team), finish this tournament well and then see what happens, but nobody told me anything so far," he told the Mexican edition of Record newspaper.
When asked if he's leaving Pachuca this summer, Lozano said: “Truth is I couldn’t say that, first I want to focus well on this tournament, give it my best, then talk to my club and see what possibilities there are."
Earlier this week, the Pachuca vice president Andres Fassi revealed that Manchester United have made approaches for the 20-year-old recently, but the club are not in a hurry to sell him.
Lozano has 12 goals and 10 assists in 47 appearances this season. He can play in all positions of a three-man attacking system.