Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus, a reported target for Manchester United, insists he knows nothing of supposed interest from Paris Saint-Germain other than what he has read in the newspapers.
The Germany international has found his future in Dortmund emerge as the subject of frequent speculation, and Paris has been touted as a potential destination when the transfer window opens again in the summer.
PSG are certainly a club that impress Reus given their financial power and the wealth of talent at their disposal, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani, and he remains coy on a potential transfer to the Parc des Princes.
"They bought a lot of players this summer, they recruited a lot of stars. With Zlatan [Ibrahimovic], they have an incredible player capable of making a difference in almost every game," Reus told Foot Mercato at a Puma event.
"They have a very good coach, who has won several titles in different clubs. This is a great club, that's for sure. Interest for me? I do not know, I just read in the newspapers."
Reus has a release clause in his contract that can reportedly be activated in the summer if a bid of £30 million is made, and such an outlay would clearly prove to be within reach of both PSG and Manchester United.
The Premier League champions were credited with interest in the 24-year-old during the recently closed transfer window, but it remains to be seen if David Moyes will return for the player given the club record acquisition of Juan Mata.