Udinese insist that they have yet to receive a tempting offer for star forward Alexis Sanchez.
The Chilean is wanted by a host of Europe's top clubs, with Inter, Barcelona and Manchester United leading the chase.
However, after previously valuing the South American at over €35m, owner Gianpaolo Pozzo has warned any interested party to bid what the player is worth.
"We have received no valid offers for Sanchez," Pozzo stated on Monday afternoon. "The right request has yet to arrive.
"Sanchez is an important player and we'll now have to wait and see what happens," continued the official.
"I've already spoken with Alexis and his agent and I think they will eventually understand that I can't give him away."
Pozzo's quotes come on the day that his son, Gino, will apparently hold further discussions with Manchester City.
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