There have been no offers for Genoa striker Diego Milito despite the player being linked with some big European clubs.

Genoa president Enrico Preziosi says he has not received any offers from Inter Milan or Manchester United.

Reports have suggested that the Red Devils were looking at the South American as a possible replacement for Carlos Tevez whose loan contract expires at the end of the season.

Preziosi insists there has been no contact whatsoever.

"For now, there are no negotiations," he said on Radio Radio.

"There is a high probability that Milito stays with us.

"I have had no negotiations with any team. There was contact with Inter in January but now there's nothing."