No offers for Iversen
By Kent Hedlundh
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Valerenga insist they have received no offers for coveted striker Steffen Iversen.Valerenga insist they have received no offers for coveted striker Steffen Iversen.
The Norway international has been strongly linked with a move away from Valerenga over the summer, with a clutch of clubs on his trail.
Wigan Athletic have been credited with an interest, while Panathinaikos were also mooted as admirers of the 28-year-old.
Reports over the weekend claimed that Italian outfit Livorno had struck a deal with Valerenga, who lured Iversen back to Norway last summer after a mixed spell in The Premiership.
But Valerenga have refuted talk that any deal has been agreed to sell the forward and also revealed that no bids have been tabled for the ex-Tottenham man.
"He has got a contract until the end of the year and we have not received any serious offers," said Valerenga director Kjetil Siem.
Meanwhile, Tore Andre Flo rejected a four-year contract at Queens Park Rangers to sign an 18-month deal with Valerenga.
Flo snubbed a return to England in favour of a move home after leaving Siena and his agent Martin Kjenner outlined the lucrative nature of QPR's offer.
Kjenner said: "He had an offer of a four-year contract at QPR.
"It was a really good Championship contract, he would have been a star at the club."