The 24-year-old has his heart set on representing the Portuguese outfit and is paying no attention to talk about a potential move to Old Trafford, according to his representative
The 24-year-old has been strongly linked with a move away from the Estadio da Luz, with Arsenal, Manchester United and AC Milan all credited with an interest in the player in recent weeks.
British sources claimed on Sunday that United were preparing a combined offer for Javi Garcia and Nicolas Gaitan, but the Spaniard's representative has confirmed he has not yet been contacted by the Premier League champions.
"The important thing is Benfica," Manuel Garcia Quillon told Antena 1. "If clubs are interested, they should talk to Benfica's president and with us and then we will see.
"Right now, there is nothing serious, everything we know is through the press. It is crucial that Javi Garcia sees out his contract because Benfica are doing their part.
"He is focused on Benfica, the Portuguese Liga and the Champions League. He wants to do what is best for the club."
Javi Garcia, who joined Benfica from Real Madrid in 2009, has a contract with the Aguias until 2014 and a release clause set at €30 million.
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