The Polish international seems happy at Torino.
At the end of last month it was reported by The Sun that Tottenham Hotspur were ready to snap up the Polish international centre-back Kamil Glik in a deal believed to be worth around £8 million. The Torino defender has impressed this season and Spurs need new centre back options after a difficult season at the back.
Now the player has been discussing his future at Italian outfit Torino.
Tutto Mercato Web have reported the Pole as stating:
"I am fine in Turin, I have a contract for two more years - assured -. For the moment I have not spoken to anyone renewal, the 'important for me is to finish the season well.
"Maybe we will meet at the end of the championship and we'll talk, but for now I'm only focused on this season finale."
It is not just Tottenham who are looking at his signature. Bundesliga high-flyers VfL Wolfsburg are rumoured to be planning on making a bid for the player in the summer as well.
Of course while this news will come as a blow to Spurs they are seemingly set to tie down one new defensive signing in the summer.
Kevin Wimmer of FC Koln looks all set to be joining the club and that will certtainly be a boost.
The likes of Younes Kaboul and Vlad Chiriches are expected to depart in the summer, while Jan Vertonghen's form has been patchy and Federico Fazio looks unsuited to Premier League football.