Paris Saint-Germain have not made offers for Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo or Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, according to the French club's director of football, Leonardo.
Ronaldo and Rooney have both been linked with transfers to Paris this summer as the Ligue 1 leaders look to demonstrate their sizeable financial clout and establish themselves among Europe's elite.
PSG have also been credited with interest in Edinson Cavani of Napoli, but Leonardo denies there has ever been an approach for either of the three strikers apparently on their radar.
"On Ronaldo, there has never been an offer," he told Gazzetta dello Sport. "I've never heard anything about Rooney or Cavani either.
"I do not rule out big signings, but only if there is a suitable opportunity.
"We do want a larger squad with adequate cover in all areas in order to avoid the sort of problems we had in January in midfield with all the injuries and suspensions."
However, it was reported on Tuesday that Rooney would sign a new contract with Manchester United rather than join PSG, with the Old Trafford club unlikely to recruit Radamel Falcao from Atletico Madrid.
Ronaldo, meanwhile, has been linked with PSG all season amid reports of a contract wrangle with Real Madrid,