Javier Hernandez's agent has dismissed claims the Mexican striker wants to leave Manchester United this summer, and has also denied holding any talks with alleged suitors Inter Milan.
The Daily Star reports how the 25-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford after making just four Premier League starts in 2013/14.
Red Devils boss David Moyes is rumoured to be ready to let Hernandez leave the club at the end of the season, and the San Siro had been touted as a potential destination, with suggestions that 19-year-old midfielder Mateo Kovacic could move in the opposite direction as part of the deal.
However, the Manchester United outcast's representative, Eduardo Hernandez, has played down speculation surrounding his future.
"I think these are just rumours," he said. "I have no news of Inter and Manchester United have not let me know anything about a possible offer.
"The same goes for the other teams that have been linked to my client, to date there is nothing concrete."
Hernandez was reluctant to discuss the possibility of his client leaving Manchester United in the summer, adding that he would first need to sit down the club's hierarchy because he remains under contract.
"Currently, we are not able to say it because we should talk with United, the club with whom Javier still has several years of the contract," he confirmed in an interview with calciomercato.it.
"At the moment we have not planned any meetings with the Red Devils."