This despite the player's agent, Mike Makaab, confirming last week that both Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates had been locked in negotiations with Matsatsantsa over Brockie.
“We’ve not received any offers [for Brockie], except to say we know that Sundowns have been interested since about six months ago, but there is no new offer at the moment," Tinkler told the media.
While Tinkler downplayed Sundowns and Pirates interest in the New Zealand marksman, he admitted that he will go into the transfer market for new players should the club decide the to sell Brockie.
He went further to state that no one is 'unsellable', suggesting that Brockie is no exception.
“In the event that he leaves, we will have to go into the market to replace him. We have a squad of 28 players and only if one of them leaves, we will look for replacements. At the moment, no one is leaving, which is why we have not been busy in the transfer window,” he continued.
"However, every player has got a price; no one is unsellable," he added.
Brockie, 30, has netted five goals in 16 domestic matches for the Tshwane so far this season.