Atletico Madrid insist they have received no enquiries about Adrian Lopez despite the striker being linked with a Premier League move.
Both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are reportedly interested in the 24-year-old Spain international, who scored 11 Europa League goals to help Atletico to European triumph last season.
But club president Enrique Cerezo has sought to end speculation about the former Deportivo man's future.
"Adrian is an Atletico player for the next four years and nobody has called to ask about him," he said.
"Nobody has called him or the club.
"You would have to ask those that are talking about him because it appears that they know a lot more."
Cerezo had little to add in terms of players coming to the Vicente Calderon Stadium either, with former loanee Diego unlikely to be returning from Germany.
"Diego is a Wolfsburg player and will continue as one, I imagine," he added.
"On the signings front things are still the same. There is nothing new and coaches are the ones that will say something.
"If there is anything new to announce then we will do so."