Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has brushed aside speculation linking goalkeeper Claudio Bravo with a possible move to Man City.
“I understand the rumour mill is attractive but I don’t want to and mustn’t get involved in all that,” the Barca boss said.
“I prefer to have three goalkeepers, but you also have to look at what we have in the squad.
“All of the goalkeepers want to be starting, although nobody has come to me to directly say this, but this is why the rumour has snowballed.
“What interests me is the final of the Supercup, gaining a title which is attractive for us.”
Barcelona are currently without Marc-Andre ter Stegen due to injury, with Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves rumoured to be a transfer target should Claudio Bravo leave the Camp Nou.