Dinamo Zagreb vice-president Zdravko Mamic claims that the Croatian club have yet to receive an offer for attacking midfielder Marcelo Brozovic amid links with Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan.
The 21-year-old has only featured once for Croatia in the 2014 World Cup as a substitute, but has already made an impression at club level, recording 8 goals and 6 assists in all competitions, while also gaining invaluable experiences in Europe's second-tier - the Europa League.
"Currently there are no offers for him," Mamic told 24sata.
"A long time ago the Nerazzurri offered 4million euros (£3.2m), but we said no."
"We do not intend to sell him because he is in our plans to create a Dinamo side that can do well in Europe."
The former NK Lokomotiva man has a suggested market value of approximately £3million, which is understood to be below his club's valuation of him.
The Spurs have the resources of meeting Brozovic's marked-up price-tag, it will depend on whether Mauricio Pochettino sees the need of taking him to White Hart Lane.