Celtic and Rangers have both been linked with making a move for Scott Allan this summer, but a report in the Edinburgh News confirms that Hibs have still yet to receive any offers for him.
The midfielder, who was named Scottish Championship Player of the Year for 2014/15, has been linked with Celtic and Rangers this summer due to his impressive season last term.
The Daily Mail claimed that both teams were showing an interest in him, and were ready to swoop for his services. Celtic have the benefit of promising almost guaranteed silverware, whilst Rangers still have a big name and reputation - even if Hibs finished above them in the Championship last term.
However, it has now come to light that no bids have been submitted for the 23-year-old, who scored two goals and register 17 assists in 40 games last term.
So far, the only offer made for Allan came in the January transfer window, when Dundee United made an approach to sign the youngster - which was quickly rebuffed by Hibs boss Alan Stubbs.
Although still only at an early stage of the summer transfer window, the ongoing lack of offers is great news to Hibs, and it could be suggested that both teams have stopped showing an interested in the talented midfielder.