Former Chelsea star Didier Drogba insists no clubs have made moves to sign him from Shanghai Shenhua amid speculation linking him with AC Milan and Juventus.
Drogba, who capped his wonderful eight-year career at Stamford Bridge by scoring the winning penalty in the 2012 Champions League final, has been tipped to return to Europe, with both Serie A heavyweights keen to land his services.
The 34-year-old has trained at Chelsea since the end of the Chinese league season in order to keep fit ahead of the forthcoming African Cup of Nations, where he will represent Ivory Coast.
However, he has played down rumours of a transfer out of China and says no club has made him an offer.
Speaking on Eurosport, Drogba said: "People talk too much, they are all on alert regarding rumours about my future.
"In reality, no club has contacted me directly.
"I have a contract here in Shanghai and at the moment I'm enjoying my holiday before the African Cup of Nations."