West Brom boss Alan Pardew says that there have been no bids so far for Jonny Evans during the January transfer window.
With about two weeks of the transfer window remaining, there have been reports of Arsenal and Manchester City both being interested in the Northern Irish international.
Albion travel to Everton on Saturday as they seek a win that could move them out of the bottom three and Pardew hopes that Evans will still be part of the squad.
He told a press conference ahead of the trip to Goodison Park: "From my point of view there is no bid so there's nothing to discuss.
“On the other hand, we have scenarios that are going to time out if we don't get a bid for Jonny that's acceptable for him and us.
"We haven't had a phone call from another football club and that's where it stands.
"In terms of our plans to use that money if it was to come in the door, that time is ticking away and that concerns me a little bit more."
West Brom are 14/5 to win away on Saturday with Everton 6/5 and the draw priced at 19/10.
Evans was influential in West Brom's win over Brighton last weekend, scoring the first goal as they recorded their first win under Pardew.
Pardew also praised Evans saying that the speculation had not affected him but emphasised again that he wanted Evans to remain at the Hawthorns and that he wouldn't consider late bids for the defender as that would limit his chances of bringing a replacement into the club.
West Brom are 7/10 to stay up this season.
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