Brisbane coach Anthony Seibold insists veteran forward Alex Glenn will remain at the Broncos for the 2019 season.
The New Zealand and Cook Islands international played 240 games for the Broncos and is currently a one-club man.
Reports Down Under claim Glenn was offered to clubs but Brisbane boss Seibold has poured cold water on the rumors.
“If a club shops someone around or talks tom players, it’s generally to do with the salary cap,” Seibold told NRL.com.
“I’m not sure what benefit we would get by doing that as Alex is off-contract at the end of the year.
“I wanted to makes sure he understood where we are at.I said ‘Alex, you wouldn’t be in the leadership group and a starting left-edge back-rower if we didn’t see you adding value to place’. He understood that straight away.
“I wanted to shut that one down. He is a great professional and it’s never nice to hear that any club is shopping you around and that is certainly not the case. My understanding is there has been some interest in Alex but I don’t want him to go anywhere.”