Newcastle United midfielder Sean Longstaff believes that it is not time for him to leave the club despite the serious transfer interest from Manchester United.
The Red Devils want to sign the young midfielder but the player is reluctant to swap Newcastle United for the Theatre of Dreams this summer.
Manchester United have been encouraged to make a big £25m bid for the player.
Sean Longstaff addressed the transfer rumours in his latest interview as monitored by the Daily Mail.
According to him, he has unfinished business at Newcastle United and that his future lies with the Northeast club.
Longstaff, 21, has enjoyed a rapid rise to the top of English football.
He had earlier spent loan spells at both Kilmarnock and Blackpool before returning to Newcastle United last summer.
Sean Longstaff broke into the Newcastle United midfield on the back of several injuries for the Magpies and he went on to make his mark with the club.
The 21-year-old made 13 appearances for Newcastle United in all competitions including nine Premier League games before the unfortunate injury to him during the away game at West Ham United.
He formed a potent midfield partnership with ex-Arsenal midfielder Isaac Hayden and both might still leave the club this summer.
Hayden wants to move back towards the South because of his family.