Robin Van Persie remains very much a Manchester United player, according to quotes from the Dutchman's agent Kees Voss.
The Guardian reported over the weekend that the 31-year-old striker had agreed personal terms with Fenerbahce and was due to move to the Turkish giants on a four-year contract, provided an agreement could be reached with the Red Devils.
But those claims have been dampened somewhat by comments from Voss, which appear to run to the contrary.
Speaking in an interview with Dutch sports news outlet Voetbal International, Voss quashed those suggestions.
"If Robin had found a new club, we would have announced it," he said.
"All I can say that tomorrow Robin will be back at Manchester United to report for the first training session."
An uncertain future?
Despite his denials about a move away from Old Trafford, however, Voss refused to comment on the reports linking RVP with a move to Fenerbahce in Turkey.
Van Persie nevertheless faces an uncertain future, following a disappointing campaign in which he scored just 10 goals for Manchester United.
Everything looked so rosy for the Flying Dutchman since he left Arsenal, as he won his first Premier League title with Manchester United. But his first season with the club appeared to be his last good one. Since then, it's been downhill in terms of form and fitness. And now his Premier League spell could be over.