Gordon Strachan would not be drawn on any interest in Willo Flood, despite Cardiff City boss Dave Jones saying he has spoken to the Celtic manager about the midfielder.
Flood is currently on loan at Dundee United from Cardiff, but has been linked with a summer move to Celtic when his contract expires.
The midfielder has stated a switch to Parkhead would be a 'dream move' and Jones confirmed he has discussed the matter with Strachan.
"Celtic thought Willo was Dundee United's player, so they approached them first," said Jones. "Now Gordon has come to us, but no bid has been made."
Bits and bobs
But the Celtic boss refused to be drawn on a potential move for the midfielder, saying: "There are just rumours and bits and bobs.
"Dundee United are a club that I admire and respect and they have good players, a lot of good players."
Meanwhile, Strachan concedes that every player in his squad, including captain, and reported Newcastle United target, Stephen McManus, has his price following Manchester City's recent attempt to sign Kaka.
He added: "If Kaka is for sale, then Mick is for sale, trust me. I wouldn't like to give you that 'no-one is for sale' rubbish.
"We all say that but, if Kaka is for sale, then anybody is for sale. It's a question that should be redundant now.
"If someone knocked on the door with an offer of £30million for one of my players, I would say 'there's the door'.
"So I wouldn't say no one is for sale, that's for sure."