Manchester City & Tottenham target Diego Forlan has insisted he has received no offers to leave Atletico Madrid.
Forlan, 31, has just come off the back of a remarkable season when he scored the winning goal in the Europa League final and was handed the Golden Ball award as the best player at World Cup 2010.
His recent form alerted the Premier League pair and Italian giants Inter, but ex-Manchester United striker has declared there is little chance of an imminent return to England.
He said: "I don't know anything of an interest from other teams. It's another summer full of rumours and there isn't any official proposal, so the only thing that I know is what is said by the press.
"Nobody has approached me with a proposal so I don't see myself leaving Atletico Madrid at the moment.
"While there isn't any proposal there is nothing to think about. I am very comfortable where I am, I am under contract for three more years and I am very happy.
"No offer has arrived, so I can't start to think that my future will be in another shirt when I have a contract with my current team and nobody has sent any proposal."