Los Angeles Football Club manager Bob Bradley has played down every rumour surrounding the future of star striker Carlos Vela, as well as his teammate Latif Blessing, linking them with moves away from the Major League Soccer club.

Bradley is hoping to make history with his team in the Concacaf Champions League tournament and has said both players are his two best talents at the club and will not be expecting that any one of them leaves anytime soon.
Talented midfield superstar Latif Blessing has been linked with a move to Liga MX side Tigres UNAL I'm recent weeks and it has raised questions as to whether Bradley is interested in letting one of his star performers leave the club, ut he has loved to pour cold water on the rumours, insisting that Tigres and LAFC have not, and are not expected to be in negotiations over one of his prized assets.

About the Latif Blessing rumours, Bradley said there's nothing to that, and the stories are just being made up by different websites who want to make money through promoting fake stories.
ESPN reported earlier that Club America, who are the club set to face Los Angeles Football Club in the semi-final of the Concacaf Champions League, are in the running to sign Carlos Vela. However, Bradley said it was the same story with the Latif Blessing rumours and that there's nothing concrete in those stories. Bradley added that every manager wants to keep hold of their best players at their clubs and that he is not different from these managers.
He concluded by saying there's no way clubs can win trophies if they allow their best players to leave the club, which is the major reason none of both players will be allowed to leave.