Hernandez is out of contract at Leeds United this summer.
The partner of Leeds United playmaker Pablo Hernandez has responded to rumours she wants him to leave Elland Road this summer.
Hernandez, who has scored seven goals and created eight for Leeds this season, is out of contract in three months time.
The Spaniard told the Yorkshire Evening Post in February that he hoped to receive a new deal, adding that he was "very happy" at Leeds.
It had been suggested, however, that his partner, Mar Garcia, was not so keen on the idea of him staying in Yorkshire.
But after one Leeds fan repeated the allegation on Twitter, Garcia replied, in a post since deleted: "Yes, I am expecting our 2 child [sic]. Rumors are not true. Always moved around where Pablo is and always will! Maybe I am back in Leeds with baby #2".
Gone now but this was the gist of it - pic.twitter.com/GaXQhYbAOi— Tommy (@tommy_lufc) 10 March 2018
Should Hernandez remain at Leeds for a third year, it would be his longest uninterrupted spell at any club since leaving Valencia five years ago.
In that time, the former Spain international has had stints in Swansea, Madrid, Dubai, Qatar and Leeds, and is certainly not averse to moving around.
Now with a young family, however, it would perhaps make sense for Hernandez to seek stability.