Flamengo manager Jorge Jesus has commented on rumours potentially linking him with another job, with Everton's name thrown into the mix earlier this week.
Diario de Noticias reported earlier this week that the 65-year-old had been earmarked as a possible replacement for Marco Silva as the Portuguese boss's tenure at Goodison Park hangs by a thread.
A 2-0 defeat at the hands of Norwich City on Saturday turned the heat up on the Blues manager after a dreadful start to the campaign, leaving his side in 16th place in the Premier League table.
Numerous names have been thrown into the mix to potentially replace Silva already, including former manager David Moyes, but one of the more surprising was that of the Flamengo manager.
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Jorge Jesus led his side to a dramatic Copa Libertadores victory over River Plate thanks to a couple of late goals from on-loan Inter striker Gabriel Barbosa.
But, speaking in a press conference, the Portguese boss has dismissed rumours linking him to another side as he prepares to take Flamengo to the Club World Cup in Qatar next month.
He said [via A Bola]: "I don't know what will happen to my future after Flamengo. I know I have a contract until May. Then anything can happen.
"My focus is Flamengo. There is no possibility of communicating with me about another matter. They say many clubs talked to me. Even the World Cup has nothing, I do not talk to anyone.
"My focus now is on this project, this goal and Flamengo. I live the most beautiful year of my coaching career and I want to enjoy it to the fullest."
Silva is understood to be in the dugout for Everton this weekend when they take on Leicester City, looking for their first back-to-back away wins in the Premier League since September 2016.