Ajax have received no offers for reported Premier League target Maarten Stekelenburg, according to his agent.
The Holland goalkeeper has been linked with a host of top European clubs ahead of a potential summer move abroad, including Arsenal, Manchester United, AC Milan and Juventus.
However the 28-year-old's representative, Rob Jansen, has played down speculation linking him with a foreign switch, insisting there has not been any contact with interested parties.
Jansen was quoted as saying by calciomercato.it: "There's nothing going on at the moment.
"There hasn't been any contact with Italian teams or with other foreign teams. With no team at all."
Stekelenburg, a veteran at Ajax after beginning his senior career with the Eredivisie giants 10 years ago, is under contract in Amsterdam until next summer.
Jansen refused to disclose whether the keeper is targeting a move abroad, and claims there is still a chance he will extend his deal with the 29-time Dutch champions.
"Whether he prefers to move to a foreign league? I can't confirm anything at the moment," he said.
"There's still the possibility that he'll sign a contract extension with Ajax, too."