Keisuke Honda's agent admits that his client will have to consider any offers from any 'big European' clubs.
The Japanese forward impressed hugely during the World Cup finals, and that has seen a host of clubs linked.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has labelled him a genius, whist Italian's AC Milan are said to be very keen on the 24-year-old - who only joined CSKA Moscow in December last year.
Honda's agent, Kees Ploegsma, is not surprised clubs are tracking the player, but insists he has had no contact with any suitors.
"There are rumours abound but no one has contacted us or CSKA," Ploegsma told Tuttomercato.
"In football you never know what can happen but right now not many clubs have great economic resources and I think that's also true for Milan.
"He plays in a beautiful city for an important club, but obviously if there are offers from big European clubs it's difficult to say no.
"At this time there are no bids and all in all he is happy at CSKA. We'll see."