Manchester United have not yet tabled a bid for Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella, despite rumours of an approach by the Red Devils.
The 24-year-old Italy international has been spoken of as a £10million target for the Red Devils, but Quagliarella's agent, Silvio Pagliari, is still waiting for concrete proposals.
He told BBC Sport: "I know there's some interest from Manchester United, but United have had no contact with me or with Sampdoria.
"We have many things to think of, as many big clubs in Italy too are interested in a player like Fabio.
"We can talk about Inter Milan, Juventus, Man Utd, Chelsea - this is no problem for the player as they are all massive clubs.
"I don't know when Fabio will decide his future but the transfer window is open until August 31 and we have no preference at the moment.
"There is no doubt that Fabio would be interested in playing in the Premier League because it is a very important league.
"Coming to England would hold no fears for Fabio as far as representing his country, absolutely not."
Quagliarella recently broke into the Italy senior squad and scored both goals in the 2-0 Euro 2008 qualifying win in Lithuania on his first start for the Azzurri.