Marseille are yet to receive any official offers for Newcastle target Loic Remy.
A spokesperson for the French club told Sky Tyne and Wear: "For the moment, we have not received an offer and Loic is currently training with the first team in Morocco."
Remy and his teammates travelled to Marrakech on Monday for a three-day training camp in North Africa.
26-year-old Remy has been hampered by injuries this season, limiting him to just one goal, but is reportedly on United’s radar as they seek a replacement for Demba Ba after selling him to Chelsea.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp flew out to watch him at the weekend but the striker is reportedly not keen on moving to Lofus Road.
German clubs are also apparently monitoring the situation.
According to Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport Inter Milan were interested in a loan move but cash-strapped Marseille would prefer an £11m sale.
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