Paris St Germain have denied making a £10 million bid for Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov.
The Manchester United forward has been the subject of intense media speculation, with Bayern Munich, Tottenham Hotspur and PSG all linked with moves for the player.
Reports earlier in the week claimed the Ligue 1 side had tabled an offer for the 30-year-old, but PSG official have told talkSPORT that the club are yet to make an offer for the player.
The player himself has previously stressed a desire to stay with Manchester United, and agent Emil Danchev confirmed earlier today that talks are set to take place between the two parties at Old Trafford.
"We'll know more after we have talks with Manchester United, but Berbatov wants to stay and to keep winning trophies," said the agent.
Berbatov joined the Red Devils for a club record £30 million from Spurs back in 2008, and has since scored 42 goals in the Barclays Premier League for Sir Alex Ferguson's side.
Joint-winner of last season's golden boot in the English top flight, the forward found first team opportunities hard to come by at the end of the season following the emergence of Javier Hernandez but is still thought to be in the plans of the Manchester United manager.