Arsenal have yet to receive a formal offer for Samir Nasri following an enquiry from Manchester United, according to Sky Sports sources.

Reports had suggested that the Gunners had rejected an offer for Nasri in the region of £20million from the Premier League champions.

It was also claimed that Arsenal might be prepared to sell the France international midfielder, who has just one year remaining on his current contract, for around £25million.

However, it is believed that no club has yet attempted to test their resolve by tabling an official proposal.

United are thought to have made contact to ask about the 24-year-old's availability, while it emerged earlier this week that Chelsea had also entered the chase.

Manchester City have been linked as well with a player who has been at the Emirates Stadium since 2008 but has yet to win a major trophy.

This lack of silverware has fuelled intense speculation about the future of Nasri, who has ambitions to be more successful.

Arsene Wenger has previously stressed his determination to keep the midfielder, saying that Nasri has come a long way with the Gunners and can continue to progress without going elsewhere.