Manchester United have not made a bid yet for Martin Odegaard according to Stromsgodset sporting director Jostein Flo.
The 15-year-old made the headlines this year by becoming the youngest ever player in the senior Norway side and has been heavily linked with a move to either United or Real Madrid.
Odegaard turns 16 soon which is the legal age at which he can agree contract terms with a club but at this stage, there has been no official approach from United.
“We have not received a bid from Manchester United for Odegaard, so once again this is just speculation,” Flo told TV2.
“It might have come through the mailbox, but it has certainly not reached me.”
Louis van Gaal has signed 16-year-old Timothy Fosu-Mensah in the summer and is closing in on 17-year-old midfielder Josh Doughty, so he and his scouts are certainly keeping their eyes open for the most talented youngsters in the world.
Odegaard turns 16 in a matter of weeks so there is expected to be some official confirmation on where his future lies by January and whether it will be Old Trafford.