Atletico Madrid striker Florent Sinama-Pongolle has hinted that he could consider joining Marseille, but insists he has yet to be contacted by the French club.
The former Liverpool and Blackburn player has struggled for first-team football at the Vicente Calderon as Sergio Aguero and Diego Forlan have enjoyed success.
Pongolle was rumoured to be close to a return to Ewood Park in January and speculation continues to suggest the one-time France cap will leave Spain.
The 24-year-old has most recently been linked with a loan switch to Marseille but he claims he has not been contacted by Stade Velodrome officials.
Pongolle, though, has not ruled out the possibility of moving, saying: "I have not had contact from any French club.
"Marseille is a great club, the biggest in France, but I am in pre-season with my club and training hard for the new season, so let's wait and see.
"If Marseille want me, they know what they can do."