Reports in the English media on Friday claimed that Pep Guardiola has a clause in his contract with Manchester City that would allow him to leave the club next summer.
Guardiola has a deal with City until 2021 but the information suggested he would be able to walk out of the deal in the summer of 2020.
However, speaking in a press conference on Friday, the former Barcelona and Bayern Minich boss denied that it exists.
"No, it is not true," Guardiola said. "I spoke about that one week ago, about my intentions with the club."
In other manager news in England, Guardiola's Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp signed a new deal on Friday, tying him to the European champions until 2024.
"Congratulations to Jurgen and Liverpool for the new contract," Guardiola added. "It's a great achievement to keep going for so many years. Of course it is a challenge for us and it will continue to be, but for the Premier League it's good news"
City are in Premier League action against Arsenal this weekend. They are without the injured Sergio Aguero and John Stones, while David Silva is also a doubt.