Manchester United manager David Moyes has shrugged off concerns over his transfer policy in the wake of reports suggesting Barcelona starlet Thiago is headed to Bayern Munich.
The Red Devils embarked on their tour of Asia earlier this week but were hit by the news that Pep Guardiola has identified long-term target Thiago as the only signing he desires at Bayern.
The Spaniard now appears set to reject the £120,000-a-week contract offered by United - as revealed by Goal last month - in favour of linking up with his former boss.
But Moyes insists he is happy with his plans for the summer market and denied he was interested in the 22-year-old.
He told reporters: "There are targets we're chasing at this moment in time. At this moment in time, we're happy with how things are going."
When asked if Thiago remained a target, Moyes added: "I never said he was."