Valencia have not offered goalkeeper Diego Alves a new contract, despite reports claiming the Brazilian had rejected an offer. Reports in Spain had claimed that Alves had rejected an offer of a new deal with the Spanish club, however, the keeper’s representatives released a statement confirming that their client had not received any offer to turn down.googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(“div-gpt-ad-1389116196215-0”); });Promoesport said in a statement that Alves wants to stay at the club, adding that both he and his family have settled into life in Valencia. Doubts had been raised over Alves’ future with the club after Miroslav Dukic was replaced by current boss Juan Antonio Pizzi in December and reports that Manchester City coach Manuel Pellegrini was interested in bringing the keeper to England began to surface. The seven-times capped Brazil international has not been the subject of any interest, according to his representatives, and is likely to remain with the La Liga club.