There has been no offer from any club for Arsenal forward Theo Walcott, according to The Sun.
The British tabloid also claims that talks between the Gunners and Walcott will start in the next fortnight.
Walcott’s current contract with the North London outfit runs out in June 2016, and there has been speculation in recent weeks that he could leave the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season.
According to a report in The Mirror last week, Liverpool are interested in the services of the England international.
However, The Sun has now claimed that there has been no contact from any club, and that Walcott will resume contract negotiations with Arsenal this month.
Walcott has been on the books of Arsenal since 2006, but his progress in recent years has been hampered by injuries.
Last season, the 26-year-old could make only 13 appearances in the Premier League, scoring five goals and creating 23 chances in the process.
So far this campaign, the former Southampton star has featured in eight league matches, scoring two goals and creating as many chances in the process.
Despite having recovered fully now, Walcott is not guaranteed a place in the Arsenal starting line-up due to fierce competition for places.