Marseille president Pape Diouf says the club have received no offers for Djibril Cisse.
Former Liverpool striker Cisse has indicated that he would be interested in a move back to England with the likes of Wigan and Blackburn credited with being keen on his services.
Diouf insists Cisse has not informed him that he wants to leave Stade Velodrome and he is adamant the French international will not be sold on the cheap if he does quit the club.
"Personally, I haven't received any offer for this player," Diouf told football365.fr. "Djibril never came to tell me: 'I want to leave'."
"We are going to meet tomorrow [Thursday] or the day after. But at Marseille the players are not the ones who decide.
"Cisse is a boy worth 37 goals in a season-and-a-half, and finding such player is not easy. If he was to leave, it would be for the price we set, and we would have to propose another sport solution to the manager."