The agent of Russia striker Pavel Pogrebnyak has dismissed reports that Reading have signed his client, insisting that the Royals are just one of several clubs talking with the striker.
Pogrebnyak, 28, spent the second half of last season on loan at Fulham from German side Stuttgart and found the net on six occasions in his 12 appearances.
It has been reported, though, that the former Zenit St Petersburg striker rejected a contract offer from the Cottagers, in favour of a four-year, £65,000-a-week deal with newly promoted Reading.
However, the player's representative, Oleg Artimov, insists that there is no deal agreed yet.
Speaking to Russian news agency R-Sport, Artemov said: "We are not just holding talks with Reading. There are other English clubs. I think that a final decision will be taken in a week's time."
Pogrebnyak made one solitary appearance at Euro 2012, coming on as a substitute against Greece as Russia crashed out of the competition at the group-stage. Reading's new Russian owner Anton Zingarevich, though, is looking to his compatriot to lead the Royals' line as they make a return to the Premier League.