Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has constantly been linked to leaving Old Trafford.
However, manager Louis van Gaal has claimed that the Dutch international has not agreed to anything, according to the Daily Star.
Turkish club Fenerbahce have reportedly agreed to a £12m deal with Man United for the 31-year-old striker.
However, the Man United boss refuses to confirm that his veteran striker will be heading out.
“When we feel he is gone, you will hear from Manchester United. We don’t have that feeling yet,” van Gaal said.
The Red Devils struck a £25m deal for PSV Eindhoven winger Memphis Depay.
If van Persie leaves as expected, the Red Devils will turn to the 21-year-old to fill the scoring void.
Van Persie has declined in recent years though, as he scored 10 goals last term after scoring 26 just two seasons before.
However, van Gaal has implied that he would be pleased to see the former Arsenal star return to Old Trafford.
He would make an ideal mentor for young players like Depay.