Agent: No offers for Gaitan

Nicolas Gaitan's agent insists that no offers are on the table for his client, who has been linked with Manchester United and Liverpool.

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Nicolas Gaitan: No offers this summer

Nicolas Gaitan: No offers this summer

Nicolas Gaitan's agent insists that no offers are on the table for his client, and he is happy at Benfica.

The Argentine playmaker has been linked with a move to England all summer, firstly with Manchester United and most recently Liverpool.

The 24-year-old has admitted he would be attracted by a move to England, but insists he is happy at Benfica.

And his agent insists that Gaitan fully intends to be with Benfica next term.

"Gaitan is a Benfica player, and he is happy with them," Jose Iribarren told the Record.

"I do not know of any offer on the table, I have only seen what was written in the newspapers.

"If an offer appears we would study it but the intention of Nico is to be with Benfica next season."

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