Real Zaragoza claim Tottenham Hotspur hold an interest in Sergio Garcia, but no bids have been received.
Garcia is tipped to leave Zaragoza over the summer after the club's surprise relegation from the Primera Liga last season.
He is currently involved in Spain's Euro 2008 bid and is not looking to consider his future until after the tournament.
"It is still early and the decision lies with Zaragoza," Garcia has said in reference to his future.
A spokesman for Zaragoza told skysports.com that Spurs are among the clubs following Garcia, but no offers have yet been made.
Open to offers
"Up until this moment we have not received any formal offers for Garcia," said the club spokesman.
"The club is open to studying this possible situation."
Reports in Spain suggest that Zaragoza will demand a fee of 18million euros (£14.3million) for the attacking midfielder.
Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Villarreal have also been linked with a move for Garcia as Zaragoza look to ease their financial concerns following relegation from the top flight.
Diego Milito is another player expected to move on in the summer, with the Argentine striker's agents due to meet club officials in the coming days.
Spurs have been linked with a bid for Milito as well, however there are reports that he could join his brother Gabriel at Barcelona.