Juanfran. (Reuters)

Atletico Madrid star Juanfran has revealed Arsenal are interesting in securing his services but claims the Gunners are yet to launch a formal bid for him.

Last week, Spanish newspaper AS reported that the right-back has already turned down the Londoner's offer – suggesting that he was so committed to Atletico Madrid that he didn't even listen to Arsene Wenger's proposal.

Questioned about that by Spanish media, Juanfran said: "I haven't rejected anyone, that's the truth.

"But I know Arsenal are interested in me and that they like my style. I haven't said yes or no because there has not been a formal offer. There has been interest, just as there was last year."

Arsenal made a bid to secure his services last summer, offering four times more than he was earning in La Liga, but he decided instead to commit his future to the Vicente Calderon by signing a new contract until 2017.

And after Bacary Sagna recently confirmed he is ready to leave the Emirates this summer, Wenger is desperately looking for a replacement.

"There's a lot of talk. My agent and president Enrique Cerezo knows that, for me, the most important thing is to stay at Atletico Madrid. This is my home," he said.

The 29-year-old defender played a crucial role in Atletico Madrid's La Liga title success as well as their remarkable run to the Champions League final and is currently with the Spanish national team after being named in Vicente Del Bosque's 23-man squad.

Juanfran also discussed Diego Costa's and Koke's future amid interest from Chelsea and Manchester United.

"I don't think there's anyone who's indispensible in the world of football. If teammates leave, others will come and we'll continue to be a good team. The important thing is to have a solid foundation. I don't think we'll break because a couple of players leave.

"Koke and Diego Costa look good to me. I'm sure they'll be talking about them after the World Cup. Diego is a beast, he's one of the best strikers in the world and Koke, for me, is also one of the best in the world in his position. It's normal for them to receive very tempting offers, but as of today, they are Atletico players. Now they have to focus on the national team and make everyone in Spain very happy, which I'm sure they will.

"I'd love it if we all stayed. There are players here on the national team that Atleti want. If I can convince one of them to come...I'd take all of them. There are also some players it'd be a privilege to have at Atleti."