Leeds United are remaining coy on any interest they have in Celtic and Rangers target John McGinn.
The Scotland international midfielder has been widely tipped for a move away from Hibernian over the course of the summer transfer window.
Hibs are expected to demand a substantial sum to let McGinn go and both Glasgow giants have been linked with wanting to keep him within Scottish football.
Leeds have of late been mooted as also being keen on McGinn, but according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the Whites have not yet let it be known that he is a serious target.
The Whites are expected to be busy in the summer transfer window, but it is not yet clear whether they will make a bid to sign McGinn from Hibs.
McGinn again showed his importance for Hibernian over the course of the recently ended campaign and made a total of 43 appearances for Neil Lennon's side across all competitions.
He also chipped in with six goals and eight assists.