Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has called for a swift end to the Wesley Sneijder contract saga - but insists Manchester United and other interested teams have yet to make an offer.
Sneijder is at the centre of a bitter contract dispute with Inter, who want him to take a pay-cut.
The Dutchman is furious at this and has been left out of the side since September as the row rumbles on.
United, who came close to signing the 28-year-old two summers ago, are watching developments closely and could come in with an offer in January.
However, Moratti insists Sir Alex Ferguson has not been in touch yet and has called on Inter coach Andrea Stramaccioni to sort the issue out pronto.
"I have no interest in paying someone just to sit in the stands, while he could help us win games," he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"It needs to be resolved quickly as it is creating tension within the team. But the coach has felt that psychologically and physically he is not ready.
"There have been no offers submitted. Whether he leaves or stays, we really have no idea. We haven't searched for any alternatives, because, for the moment, he is one of us and has yet to decide on his future."