Barcelona claim they are still to receive 'concrete offers' for star duo Ronaldinho and Samuel Eto'o.
Brazilian ace Ronaldinho and Cameroon striker Eto'o have both been told they can leave Camp Nou as they do not feature in new coach Pep Guardiola's plans.
Deco, who was also told he was surplus to requirements by the Catalan giants, recently joined Chelsea in an £8million deal, but there have been few suitors so far for the outspoken Eto'o.
Manchester City, Chelsea and Milan are all reported to be keen on Ronaldinho, with City the most vocal in terms of stating their interest.
But Barca sporting director Txiki Begiristain claims no firm bids have been tabled, and admits that only a few clubs would be able to afford the star duo.
Begiristain, speaking to a media gathered for the unveiling of £23million full-back Daniel Alves, said "There is no news.
"We are waiting for concrete offers from other clubs so that we can negotiate.
"I understand that this is difficult because there are not many clubs in the world willing to pay these amounts."