Antoine Griezmann has not agreed to join Manchester United, says Spanish football expert Guillem Balague.
Reports in recent days suggested the Atletico Madrid forward had even decided on a shirt number ahead of his proposed summer move to Old Trafford in the summer.
But Balague says that's not the case.
He told Sky Sports: "Antoine Griezmann has definitely not decided on his future.
"There is no agreement with Manchester United. Do United want him? Yes, they want him and he will consider his future.
"He has said no offers from City and United in the past.
"Even though his future is not linked to Diego Simeone, he would like to stay at Atletico Madrid if Simeone stays."
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The Lyon winger is out of contract in the summer and is widely expected to leave the French outfit.
But Ghezzal, who came close to joining Everton last summer, now has his representatives working on move to north London and they have started talks with Gunners chiefs.
The Algerian winger is thought to still be on Everton's radar however, and they are said to be willing to offer him £100,000 a week to move to Goodison Park.
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Liverpool are reportedly weighing up an offer for Joe Hart
Liverpool are ready to offer Joe Hart the chance to move to Anfield in the summer, according to reports.
The Manchester City goalkeeper is currently on loan at Torino after Pep Guardiola bought in Claudio Bravo in the summer.
Hart's future looks uncertain at the Etihad and The Sun claim the Reds are lining up a summer swoop for the England international.
The 29-year-old's wages of £120,000-a-week could prove to be stumbling block in negotiations however.
Antonio Conte is keen to work with Nathan Ake at Chelsea
Antonio Conte has revealed why he chose to recall Nathan Ake from his loan spell with Bournemouth.
The 21-year-old impressed at the Cherries but is now back in west London fighting for a spot in the starting XI.
Conte said: "I’ve evaluated the situation, he is good reinforcement for us.
"He can play in different position.
"In two years he has improved a lot and now he is ready to play for Chelsea.
"It is the second week he is with us and I’m pleased to have him."