Thomas Delaney is being heavily linked with a move away from Borussia Dortmund, and Marco Rose has provided an update on the future of the Dane.
However, during Monday's press conference, Dortmund manager Rose was asked about Delaney's future at the club, and on the possibility of him joining Sevilla.
"Thomas is a Borussia Dortmund player and we do not like to comment on rumours."
"I can say in this case that I have not received any information in any shape or form and so there is nothing more to say."
Delaney's future at Dortmund remains uncertain, with him having less than a year on his contract, with Ruhr Nachrichten reported earlier this month that he will most likely leave the German club this summer.
With just over two weeks left of this transfer window, Dortmund want to sort out his situation as soon as possible, with plenty of clubs wanting to sign him, especially after his impressive performances for Denmark in the Euros.
His primary destination seems to be the Premier League, yet Sevilla are said to be leading the race to sign him, with them having concrete interest in the 29-year-old.
Ruhr Nachrichten report that they are in negotiations with Dortmund over a transfer for the midfielder, yet Kicker also claim that Sevilla are yet to submit an official bid for him.
Delaney came off the bench for Dortmund's first two games of the season, and he will probably be in the squad for their DFL-Supercup game against Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
Delaney played in 34 games in all competitions last season, scoring once and providing five assists, with Dortmund finishing third in the Bundesliga and won the DFB-Pokal.