Reports suggested that a fee had been agreed between Sevilla and Manchester City.
Sevilla president Jose Maria Del Nido has said that the Spanish club haven’t received any offers for in demand striker Alvaro Negredo, Goal.com reports.
Rumours in Spain have suggested that Sevilla had agreed a £21.2 million deal with Manchester City for Negredo.
The striker is said to be unsettled at the Spanish club and wants to follow Jesus Navas to Manchester City following the wingers £17 million move to the Etihad last month.
Tottenham are also thought to be interested while Atletico Madrid have claimed that they can’t afford to sign Negredo because they can’t compete with the financial power of clubs from the Premier League.
However, Sevilla’s president has claimed that despite the interest, the club haven’t received a reasonable offer for the striker.
“Sevilla have specific financial demands for Negredo. If they are not met, then he will play here next year,” said president Del Nido.
“There have not been any offers from the Premier League yet, neither from Manchester City nor Tottenham.
“Atletico Madrid withdrew from negotiations over ten days ago.”
Negredo scored 25 goals for Sevilla last season but the club still finished in 9th place in the La Liga table.
The striker has said that he wants to leave Sevilla this summer so that he can move to a club that is playing in the Champions League.