SWANSEA City insist they have not received bids for Michel Vorm or Ashley Williams.
Goalkeeper Vorm has been linked with a move to Barcelona, while Wales captain Williams is reportedly a target for Liverpool and Arsenal.
Both players are integral members of the Swansea side, and it would require huge bids for the club to consider selling.
"We have had no contact from any club regarding any of our players," said Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins.
"There's been no contact and no bids, and that goes for everyone including Michel Vorm and Ashley Williams."
Vorm has been touted as a potential replacement for Barcelona's Victor Valdes, who could leave the Camp Nou this summer.
Reports in Spain had suggested Vorm was in Barcelona last weekend to discuss a move to Catalonia, but Swansea insisted he was only there on holiday with his family.
The Dutch international also dismissed the claims, stating: "No, I was not in Barcelona to sign a contract. Nobody from the club has contacted my agent."
Vorm signed a new four-year deal at the Liberty earlier this season.
Williams, meanwhile, is reportedly a top transfer target for Arsenal and Brendan Rodgers's Liverpool.
Rodgers has already returned to Wales to strengthen his Reds squad, signing midfielder Joe Allen for £15 million last summer.
That transfer risked straining relations between the two clubs, after Swansea had claimed there was a written agreement in place to stop Rodgers targeting any of his former club's players within 12 months of his move to Anfield.
But the Northern Irishman is an admirer of Williams, and it seems he will be hoping to convince Liverpool's owners, Fenway Sports Group, to supply him with the necessary funds to sign the 28-year-old.