Spain's all-time leading goalscorer has been the subject of bids from both Spurs and Arsenal in recently, but the club president is not expecting the striker to depart Camp Nou
Spain's all-time leading goalscorer has found first-team opportunities at Camp Nou increasingly difficult to come by in recent seasons after breaking his leg in December 2011.
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"Until somebody says the opposite, David Villa will remain a Barcelona player," Rosell told reporters.
Villa refused to comment on the rumours, adding: "I have a contract and I have always said that I'm very happy in Barcelona.
"Throughout my career I have always been respectful of my current club. Right now I'm just thinking about doing a good job in Brazil [at the Confederations Cup] and then we will see.
"We will have to analyse many things during the summer, but as of right now I'm not thinking of anything else other than playing football for Spain."
Arsenal were also keen on Villa recently, hoping to lure the striker to the Emirates Stadium in January, but failed with a last-ditch attempt.