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Clint Dempsey's agent has dismissed speculation linking the Fulham midfielder with a switch to Liverpool or Wolfsburg.
The 27-year-old USA international has been linked with a move away from Craven Cottage and speculation has mounted that he could join former boss Roy Hodgson at Anfield.
Steve McClaren's Wolfsburg are not having the best of runs in the Bundesliga and are also thought to be trailing the Texan.
However, Dempsey's agent Lyle Yorks claims the mooted interest from these two clubs is mere speculation, although he did reveal a number of sides are trailing the Cottagers star.
"Some of it is just reports and some of it is accurate," Yorks told MLSsoccer.com.
"There's interest in Clint, but there are no discussions right now."
On the Liverpool and Wolfsburg links, he added: "These two are just reports at this point.
"But there's always interest in Clint. It's been that way for a long time. People have him on their wish list."
Dempsey has been a rare shining light for Fulham this season, as the West Londoners have struggled under new boss Mark Hughes so far this term.Transfer Specials. Click here to bet.
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