Australia international was reportedly subject of offer from Premier League side.
Mark Milligan’s agent has denied Crystal Palace submitted a bid for the Melbourne Victory midfielder.
The 27-year-old is reportedly a target for the recently promoted Premier League side as manager Ian Holloway steps up his recruitment drive ahead of the new season and was said to be the subject of an official offer.
But his agent, Buddy Farah, has refuted suggestions that he could be on his way to Selhurst Park to join up with fellow Socceroo Mile Jedinak and insists he is concentrating on preparing for the new A-League campaign with Victory.
“No bid has been made and at this stage Mark is focused only on Victory,” Farah told Four Four Two.
And club coach Ange Postecolgou hinted that he wouldn’t allow the Sydney-born star to leave AAMI Park.
“He’s a contracted player and a very valuable player,” Postecoglou is quoted as saying to Fox Sports. “We value him very very highly.”
Milligan is currently in South Korea with the Australia national side for the East Asian games and has caught the eye in recent months after establishing himself as the first choice defensive midfielder in Holger Osieck’s team and captained the side in Thursday’s 3-2 defeat to Japan.