Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo insists the club have not made a move for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.
Leonardo admitted that PSG are in a fortunate position in terms of finances, and they could attract big players such as Rooney.
But he insisted that the club did not make an approach for him last summer and have never made a move for him.
Rooney was dropped for the second leg of Manchester United's Champions League defeat to Real Madrid last week - which led to intense speculation about his future, and PSG were talked about as a possible destination.
"Paris Saint Germain became a team who can buy all the players, the opposite of the other clubs," Leonardo told Sky Sports News.
"It is nice some big players, not only Rooney, they want to come to come. It is something we are happy with, not talking about Rooney.
"I think he is one of the best players in the world."
Asked if they made a move in the summer for Rooney, he replied: "No, no, we did nothing ...