Mauricio Pochettino urged people not to mistake France Football for Paris Saint-Germain amid continued talk of Lionel Messi moving to the Parc des Princes.
Messi, who attempted to force a switch from Barcelona prior to this season, is due to be out of contract at Camp Nou at the end of the campaign.
He has been frequently linked with PSG and the latest edition of France Football magazine ratcheted up the speculation, as the cover of the magazine featured Messi mocked up wearing a PSG shirt.
That will do little to improve the mood in the Barcelona camp, with head coach Ronald Koeman having previously accused PSG midfielder Angel Di Maria of disrespect.
Koeman’s comments followed Messi’s Argentina team-mate Di Maria saying there is a “big chance” the six-time Ballon d’Or winner will join PSG.
Pochettino was again asked about Messi prior to PSG’s Coupe de France tie at Caen, which takes place on Wednesday.
The PSG head coach told a pre-match media conference: “I think we are talking about a magazine that has nothing to do with Paris Saint-Germain.
“When a player speaks, he might speak with emotion and affection, but there is no type of controversial situation here that we have thought up at the club.
“At no point has there been a lack of perspective. At no point has anything happened that is incorrect.
“I understand that players can talk and say whatever they like and that goes for Barcelona, Real Madrid. They might talk about fellow footballers at other clubs.
“Here we have total respect for every club and every player. We must not confuse what was said in France Football with PSG itself.”