Danny Ings is holding out for either Manchester United or Man City to come in for him this summer.
The Southampton striker is entering the final year of his contract and has so far refused to sign a new contract.
The Saints still want the 28-year-old to pen a long-term deal that would make him the highest paid player in the club’s history.
Tottenham have been linked with a move for Ings with new boss Nuno Espirito Santo wanting to pair him with Harry Kane.
When asked if the striker still wants a move, talkSPORT’s transfer correspondent, Alex Crook, said: “If a big team comes in for him and that hasn’t happened. I should stress that there hasn’t been a single enquiry.
“He’s got his sights set on Manchester United or Man City, I’m not sure either of those clubs are going to start banging on the door.”
Former West Ham and Chelsea striker Carlton Cole asked: “So he wouldn’t go to West Ham because West Ham need a striker.”
Crook replied: “I don’t believe so.”
Darren Ambrose added: “What about Spurs?”
Crook said: “I said big club Darren Ambrose. Let’s not be silly.”
Ings joined Southampton on loan from in 2018 from Liverpool before making that move permanent in 2019.
He has scored 41 Premier League goals for the club over three seasons – with 22 of those coming in the 2019/20 campaign.