Reports claiming Manchester United were set to move for Rosenborg's Per Ciljan Skjelbred have been dismissed.
The 20-year-old international has emerged in recent seasons as one of the most highly regarded players in Scandinavia.
As a youngster he turned down a youth contract with Liverpool and is now once again attracting attention from some of Europe's biggest clubs.
United were credited with an interest after Skjelbred shone in Rosenborg's recent UEFA Champions League victory over Valencia.
However, Skjelbred's advisor Andreas Ekker has played down talk of United's interest.
No United talks
"I don't know anything about that [United's interest]," Ekker told Dagbladet.
"There will always be interest for a player like Per, but previously interest has come from Germany, Netherlands and Italy."
Ekker insisted that Skjelbred was more than happy with life at Rosenborg but would obviously look to move on when the time is right.
"Per is very happy in Rosenborg, but with the qualities he has its only natural that he, in a few years, will head abroad," he added.
"But right now he's happy with where he is. He delivered a good game against Valencia and that does not make the interest smaller."