Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has rubbished rumours linking Liverpool's Raheem Sterling and Palermo's Paulo Dybala to a possible move to the Emirates.
With the summer transfer window fast approaching, the two youngsters have been linked with a move to Arsenal but the Frenchman says it is too early to focus on the transfer market.
"Raheem Sterling is a top player, everybody in the country knows that now," Wenger told reporters on Thursday morning.
"He is a very important player for Liverpool of course. I don't want to interfere in [reports about Sterling's future], especially 48 hours before the game.
"That's down to Liverpool, I don't want to interfere in that. It's not my problem. I do not want to speak about any move. We are not in a transfer period, we are in front of a big game.
"I respect Liverpool and I do not want to go into any supposed move for any of their players.
"Ask him [the Palermo president] to show you the offer [for Paulo Dybala, there is no interest], not at all."