The 27-year-old defender said: “I am a player of Torino, I have a contract with two more years. At the end of the season we will sit around a table with the president to talk about the future. I have not received offers.”
Glik's comments will likely disappoint Tottenham fans, who have long been in the running to sign the Polish intentional captain, according to the Sun.
Glik is a centre-back, who started his career in his homeland of Poland before signing with Real Madrid in 2008. He since has played in Italy, with Palermo and Bari, before moving to Torino in 2012.
He is now captain of the Serie A outfit, as well as Poland’s national team - with whom he has 30 caps - and he made 42 appearances this season for Torino, registering both domestic and European games to his name.
Spurs are planning a major revamp of their squad this summer, and head coach Mauricio Pochettino is keen on strengthening his entire defensive unit. Glik is strong, commanding central defender, with strong captaincy credentials and the ability to improve those around him.
With the young make up of Tottenham’s squad, Glik would look like the perfect signing for the North London club, but his comments suggest that he is more than happy to see through his remming two years with Torino.