Arsenal and Liverpool have been linked with the Welsh centre-back.
Swansea City’s chairman Huw Jenkins has said that the club have received no offers for club captain Ashley Williams according to BBC Sport.
The defender has been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal, while Liverpool and Everton are also rumoured to be interested.
However, Jenkins has said that the club have not received any offers for their captain, who has been at the Liberty Stadium for 5 years.
“I’ve had no phone calls off anybody in connection to Ashley or anybody in our squad – and long may that continue,” Jenkins told BBC Radio Wales.
Williams extended his contract with Swansea last October and has had an excellent season with the Swans, having won the League Cup with them in February and also helping to a finish in the Premier League’s top ten.
However, recent rumours have suggested that Williams is interested in moving to a big club and would like to play Champions League football while he is at his best.
Arsenal have been linked for Williams for most of last season but are unwilling to pay the defenders £10 million asking price, while Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is an admired of Williams having managed him during his time at Swansea.
Recent reports have suggested that Napoli boss Rafa Benitez is interested in bringing the defender to his new club.