Arsenal target Marcelo Brozovic has not entered talks with Inter Milan, according to the midfielder's agent.
The midfielder reportedly caught the eye of Arsene Wenger during Croatia's World Cup campaign, prompting the Gunners boss to send scouts to watch his performances for Dinamo Zagreb this term.
Recent reports suggest club officials were also in attendance to watch over the 21-year-old in Croatia's recent 1-1 draw with Italy ahead of a possible £5m bid.
The midfielder's agent Miroslav Bicanic confirmed in October that Arsenal are one of a number of clubs he planned to hold talks with last week while the Croatian national team were in London for a friendly with Argentina at Upton Park.
Brozovic and Croatia then travelled to Milan for their European Championship qualifier with the Azzurri with Bicanic in tow, although the agent denies the trip was used to hold talks with Inter over a move.
"There has been no further contact with Inter for Marcelo," Bicanic told fcinternews.it. "Yesterday I was in Milan for the game but I did not meet with anyone from the Nerazzurri.
"I am in Milan for two days but I can assure you that there is nothing new in the market. I don't know what will happen in January, we are waiting for someone to call before discussing it.
"We do not know what Roberto Mancini thinks of him. At the moment it is difficult to say too much."
Brozovic signed a seven-year deal at current club Dinamo following his move from Lokomotiva in 2012 but his rapid progress has seen a number of Europe's elite linked with his signature.
Bicanic revealed he had planned talks with "several English clubs" including the Gunners for his recent trip to the capital.
"Croatia play USA in November in London and during our stay there we will hold meetings and negotiate with several English teams," Bicanic told Goal.com. "Yes, I can confirm Arsenal are one of them."
Croatia's meeting with the US at Craven Cottage was eventually scrapped to make way for the friendly with Argentina at West Ham United's game ground on the same date.