Queens Park Rangers are yet to receive any offers for sought-after striker Charlie Austin, according to reports.
The 25-year-old bagged 18 goals last season as Rangers were relegated from the Premier League and is expected to be handed a top-flight reprieve this summer.
Southampton, Newcastle United and even champions Chelsea have been linked with an interest in the former Poole United forward. The Blues are after a striker to act as back-up to Diego Costa and also need to boost their home-grown quota.
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But The Telegraph understands that Austin, rated at £15m by his club, has not yet been the subject of any bids.
Austin was named in the senior England squad for the first time earlier this month, but did not feature in the fixtures against either the Republic of Ireland or Slovenia.