Michael Laudrup's agent claims there has yet to be any approach from managerless Swansea.
After talks broke down between the Liberty Stadium club and Wigan assistant boss Graeme Jones, Barcelona legend Laudrup has been reported as a target.
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway, Brighton's Gus Poyet and Rayo Vallecano's Jose Ramon Sandoval have also been mentioned as potential successors to Brendan Rodgers, who joined Liverpool late last week.
Laudrup's last managerial job was with Mallorca, who he left in the autumn of 2011, and he is rumoured to be open to offers.
But his agent, Byram Tutumlu, has announced there has yet to be any contact from representatives at Swansea.
Tutumlu is quoted as saying: "We have not heard anything from Swansea."