Swansea City insist there has been no approach from Celtic for Angel Rangel and also say there has not been an offer from Aberdeen for Stephen Dobbie.
Rangel, whose contract at the Liberty Stadium expires at the end of the season, has been linked with a £500,000 January move to Celtic.
The right-back has been mooted as a possible replacement for Andreas Hinkel at Parkhead, but Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has not been in contact with the Old Firm club.
"We have had no offers for anybody and I haven't spoken to anyone at Celtic about Angel," Jenkins told the Evening Post.
"We haven't received any calls about Angel and, as we have always made clear, we will not look to do anything unless it is the right time for our club."
Chancing their arm
The Spaniard's Swans team-mate Dobbie has also been linked with a switch to the SPL, but Jenkins says there is no imminent prospect of the striker joining Aberdeen.
He added: "There are many, many calls being made throughout, but they do not always have a lot of substance.
"People chance their arm at this time of year - they make a lot of enquiries to see if something might come up.
"But at the present time, nothing is happening with Stephen Dobbie and we have had no offers to take him either permanently or on loan.
"He is fit and looking to win a place in our first team."