"I am just concentrating on this tournament. I can worry about that kind of stuff after," he said in the Hull Daily Mail.
Tigers chairman Paul Duffen remains convinced that a deal will go through, once a severance payment from United can be agreed.
"He's playing his football over in Sweden and his father is out there watching him," Duffen explained.
"As we stand, it's a bit of a stalemate.
"It's not an issue with our offer to the player, I believe that he wants to come to us.
"But we have to be patient and let him and Manchester United come to an agreement."