Sought-after Anderlecht midfielder Lucas Biglia insists he has received no concrete offers but has refused to rule out leaving the club this month.
The Argentina international's agent, Enzo Montepaone, has previously claimed that Arsenal and Manchester United are interested in the 25-year-old, but that he would prefer a move to Fiorentina.
Biglia, a former target of Turkish giants Galatasaray, insists he is happy in Belgium and expects to stay there until at least the summer.
The midfielder, who is contracted at Anderlecht until 2015, told DH: "I think I will stay at Anderlecht until June.
"I have no received any concrete offers, since the proposal from Galatasaray a year ago.
"My agent is responsible for his words. I'm not thinking of Fiorentina and my heart is at Anderlecht.
"I'm happy to play at Anderlecht and there are beautiful things to do by the end of the season in the league and the Europa League."
However Biglia, thought to have a £8million buy-out clause in his contract, would not object to a move this month if the right deal came along.
"If there is a proposal within the transfer window then why not?" he added. "My price is clear from the clause in my contract."