Mascherano has established himself as a crucial part of Liverpool's midfield
Liverpool midfielder Javier Mascherano would not be drawn on his future at Anfield following Wednesday's 2-1 defeat by Fiorentina.
Reds boss Rafael Benitez recently claimed talks to extend the Argentine's contract had been "very positive".
But Mascherano, whose side failed to reach the last 16 of the Champions League, was non-committal.
"I just talk about football - not about contracts or money," said the 25-year-old, who has been linked to Barcelona.
Reports over the summer, hinting that the Argentina captain was keen to move to a Spanish-speaking country for family reasons, sparked rumours of a move to the Nou Camp.
In response, Benitez said an offer of £50m would not be enough to sign a player who initially joined on loan after a spell with West Ham and then cost £18m when his contract was bought from Media Sports Investments.
Mascherano has two years remaining on his Liverpool deal but speculation over his future has persisted during a season in which Liverpool's have suffered a Champions League group stage exit and slipped to eighth in the Premier League.
Benitez insisted over the weekend that Mascherano was happy and that negotiations were ongoing but, speaking after the loss to Fiorentina, the player stated: "I am playing for Liverpool.
"I am a Liverpool player and, like the manager says, I have two more years on my contract so I think I don't have to say anything else.
"I play for Liverpool and will continue playing and trying to give my best."
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