Grzegorz Krychowiak
Sevilla have not received any bids for Krychowiak according to sporting director MonchiGetty

Sevilla sporting director Monchi has revealed that there have been no bids for Arsenal transfer target Grzegorz Krychowiak.

The Polish midfielder, who moved to the La Liga just this summer from French club Reims, has had an impressive start and has featured in most of Sevilla's games this season. He has played a key role in the Andalusian club's rise to fifth place in the league just four points behind leaders Real Madrid.

These performances have attracted interest from clubs around Europe and recent reports have linked Arsenal with a move for the defensive midfielder.

Arsene Wenger is keen to add some steel to his midfield, especially after some poor defensive performances in recent games. The Frenchman was disappointed with his team following their draw against Anderlecht, when they let a 3-goal lead slip in the last 25 minutes of the game.

Despite reports suggesting that Mikel Arteta will sign a new deal, the Gunners boss will be keen to add an all action ball playing midfielder to replace the ageing Spaniard.

However, the Spanish club's sporting director has insisted that there have been no offers for the midfielder and that the midfielder is delighted to play for the Europa League winners.

"We've not received any offer for him. Things are going very well with Krychowiak. We're going to let him enjoy being at Sevilla because he's delighted to be here. There's nothing [to announce]," Monchi said, as quoted by the Mirror.

Apart from the Gunners, Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund and Inter Milan are supposedly interested in the Polish international.

Earlier in the month, the 24-year-old midfielder's agent, Cezary Kucharski, revealed that his client had not received any offers from the north London club and was fully focused on his current employers, Sevilla.

"At the moment I have no contact with Arsenal in relation to Krychowiak. He is focused 100% on Sevilla and not thinking about any other club," Kucharski said.