Martinez has said that his agent has been in touch with him about next season, but the Argentine goalkeeper has made it clear that he is fully focused on the FA Cup final against Chelsea this weekend.
According to The Sun, Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa wants to sign the 27-year-old goalkeeper from Arsenal in the summer transfer window.
Martinez told Goal.com: “I am not thinking about next season. We have got a final.
“My agent called me the other day and said ‘how do you feel, what do you think about next season?’. I said I don’t want to talk about next season.
“I have a contract with Arsenal. I need to play in the final and have my mind clear. Whatever happens in the final and next season, it happens.
“It’s football. I can go anywhere but I have two years contract left in my Arsenal career. Let me win that trophy and ask the question again.”
Martinez has been on the books of Arsenal since 2010, but the 27-year-old is essentially the second-choice goalkeeper at the North London outfit at the moment.
The goalkeeper has been playing regularly in recent weeks due to the injury to Bernd Leno.
Once the German is back to full fitness and is available to start matches, he is likely to slot straight back into the starting lineup.
While Arsenal are a big club, Martinez is at the age where he needs to play regular first-football, especially as he is a very good goalkeeper.
Joining Leeds United
Kiko Casilla is the first-choice goalkeeper at Leeds, while Illan Meslier has been signed on a permanent contract from Lorient this summer.
It is going to be hard for Martinez to play regular first-team football at Elland Road as well, and he will have a tough decision to make this summer.