Keisuke Honda's agent has stamped on rumours that Liverpool have tabled a £10million offer for the Japan midfielder.
Honda, who joined CSKA Moscow from Dutch club VVV Venlo, has impressed in the Russian top flight since his arrival in January on a four-year deal.
The 24-year-old has attracted interest from top outfits across Europe, with Liverpool the reported front-runners to secure his signature, prompting CSKA to reveal on Wednesday they are willing to let him go for the right price when the transfer window opens.
However the player's agent, Kees Ploegsma, insists no offer has yet been received from Liverpool or any other club.
"There is nothing, these are just rumours," Ploegsma told calciomercato.it.
"The situation is quiet. To date, there is no offer for Keisuke from Liverpool, nor from other teams.
"The player has a contract with CSKA Moscow (until 2013) and is now on vacation."
When pressed further on Arsenal and AC Milan's alleged interest in the forward, Ploegsma replied: "They are all great clubs but, I repeat, we are not in contact with anyone."