A number of European clubs, including Chelsea, may be keen on Chilean winger Eduardo Vargas, but his agent claims no bids have been lodged.
The 22-year-old is hot property ahead of the winter transfer window, with Universidad de Chile bracing themselves for a flurry of offers.
Speculation regarding Vargas' future has been mounting for some time, with it considered to be only a matter of time before he leaves his homeland and embarks on a new adventure.
The likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Inter Milan, Napoli and AC Milan have all been linked with a January approach for a man dubbed 'the new Alexis Sanchez'.
Vargas' representative says there has been no movement as yet, though, with no official approaches having been made.
"He's definitely a player that is attracting a lot of interest," Mark Griffiths told calciomercato.it.
"Has there been an official offer from Chelsea? Their chief scout in South America is Chilean, Jorge Alvial, so it is expected that the best players from his country will be linked with the Blues.
"However, we have not received an official offer from London. Maybe they will bid in the future, but to date there is nothing.
"That is the same for all the European teams.
"Valuation of €10million (£8.5m)? I think it could be higher than that, maybe around €12-14million (£10-12m).
"Vargas as the next Sanchez? Comparisons have been made, but I think in some ways he is even better than the Barcelona player because he scores more goals."