Colombian striker insists future remains undecided.
Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao insists that no deal has yet been agreed for the player to move this summer according to Sky Sports.
The Colombian forward has become one of the hottest properties in Europe after a string of impressive performances for Atletico.
A host of top European sides are thought to be monitoring the player’s availability ahead of a summer bid.
Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid and PSG are thought to be leading the chase for the player’s signature.
But the striker has moved to insist that no concrete offers have yet come in for his signature.
Falcao remains under contract with the La Liga side until 2016.
Chelsea have been strongly linked with Falcao as they look to bring in a new partner for Demba Ba after running out of patience with the misfiring Fernando Torres. The Spanish striker could be sent back to Atletico as a makeweight in any deal to bring Falcao to Stamford Bridge.
Manchester City are also keen on attacking reinforcements this summer as they look to revitalise their squad ahead of a renewed challenge to Manchester United for the Premier League title.
Real Madrid are admirers of Falcao but Atletico are reluctant to sell to their city rivals while PSG are waiting to discover the availability of Wayne Rooney before deciding on other options.