The agent of Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has distanced himself from reports suggesting there has been contact made with Paris Saint-Germain over a proposed move.
"I heard about PSG but I want to reiterate that I have not been approached for the moment, these are just rumours," Emil Danchev told LMD PSG.
"It's fiction. Paris Saint-Germain may be interested but there is nothing concrete now and it's useless to comment on rumours.
"He has one more year left on his contract with Manchester United and is very happy there."
Despite Denchev's insistence that Berbatov is content with life at Old Trafford, the Bulgarian is likely to feel miffed at becoming an increasingly peripheral figure under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Despite ending the season as United's top goalscorer, the 30-year-old was restricted to mainly substitute appearances during the second half of the campaign, thanks to the rapid rise of Javier Hernandez.
Berbatov even found himself omitted from the match day squad for the Champions League final against Barcelona, and has since been consistently linked with a move away from Old Trafford.