Brentford midfielder Alan Judge has denied claims that he has spoken out about his future.
Sky Sports reported yesterday that the Irishman indicated he was relaxed about moving in the window with the Championship's top two, Brighton and Newcastle, interested in his signature.
It was also suggested that Judge had suggested that he would prefer to leave Brentford in the summer, which would mean the Bees would see him depart on a free transfer and the club want to cash in rather than lose the playmaker for nothing.
However, Judge has hit back at those claims insisting that he has not spoken to anyone about his future.
He wrote on Twitter: “Haven't spoke to anybody regarding my future. So don't believe everything u read.”
Judge was superb for Brentford last season, scoring 14 goals, and was named as the club's player of the year in a landslide vote.
He was in with a chance of representing Ireland at the European Championships but a horror Luke Hyam tackle led to the midfielder breaking his leg at Ipswich in April.
Judge is still trying to return to full fitness after that tackle but is still a number of weeks away from a return to first team action.
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