Kevin Strootman's agent has played down talk linking the PSV Eindhoven ace with a move to Manchester United.
The Dutch international is thought to be on Sir Alex Ferguson's list of transfer targets as he looks to bolster his midfield options.
The 22-year-old has impressed for club and country over the last 12 months and his performances have not gone unnoticed among several big clubs in Europe.
Reports in Italy have suggested Inter Milan are keen on signing Strootman, but the player's agent, Chiel Dekker, insists there has been no offers from either Inter or United and nothing will happen on the midfielder's future until after next month's Euro 2012 finals.
"Inter Milan and the player? At the moment there is nothing concrete," Dekker told the Sunday Mirror.
"Manchester United? The same. Personally, I find it rather difficult for him to leave the club because he only arrived last summer and has a five-year contract.
"The boy is not worried at all and is just focused on his work for Holland. Eventually, after the Euros we will see what might happen."