Atletico Madrid star David De Gea has moved to deny claims he has already held talks with Manchester United.
Reports emanating from both Spain and England have stated that a £20million deal was already agreed between Atletico and United for the young goalkeeper.
Sir Alex Ferguson and then Atletico's general manager Miguel Angel Gil Marin denied that this was the case.
Marin did, though, confirm offers for the player had been received from United and their Premier League rivals Chelsea - whilst they had also offered De Gea fresh terms to extend his stay.
The 20-year-old, whose release clause is just over £22million, has already insisted that he has not agreed a deal to leave the Vicente Calderon.
And he has now gone further by stating reports that he has talked with United are false.
"There is nothing, it is all lies," he told a press conference.
"I know nothing about offers from any team, whether it is other clubs or a renewal from Atletico."
De Gea insists he is not frightened about Atletico fans turning against him as he has done nothing wrong.
"I have given my all to this team since I have been here, and that will continue today and tomorrow, I will always fight for this team," he said.
"I do not think the fans have any reason to be against me, we have the best fans in the world and they will support me until my final day, for that I am sure."