Leeds United are yet to firm up their interest in Tommy Rowe with a bid, according to Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry.
The Whites are long-term admirers of the 24-year-old winger, who was part of the Posh side that suffered relegation from the Championship last season.
Reading and Millwall have also expressed an interest in his services, with Rowe reportedly keen on stepping back up into the second tier.
Leeds are understood to be his preferred choice, as a switch to Elland Road would allow him to move closer to his Manchester roots.
However, Peterborough are adamant that no official approach has been received for their skipper.
Fry told reporters: "Initially, Brian [McDermott] spoke to me and Darren Ferguson, while I have also talked to Shaun Harvey and Ken Bates at a chairman's conference.
"But I have had no bid from Leeds United for Tommy. It's been left up to Leeds to make a bid and discuss it, but it hasn't got over first base, to be honest."
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