English Women's Super League side Chelsea are reportedly interested in signing Sam Kerr but the Matildas star has dismissed the talk as speculation.
Matildas star Sam Kerr has scotched the suggestion she's aboout to move to European football.
A News Corp report on the eve of Australia's World Cup exit at the hands of Norway said Kerr had been made a target of English Women's Super League club Chelsea.
Kerr, who scored four goals for Australia in their group stage victory over Jamaica, tops the all-time scoring charts for Australia's W-League and the National Women's Soccer League in the United States.
The brilliant forward has a marquee deal with Perth Glory,and is out of contract with US home Chicago Red Stars at season's end.
Kerr dismissed it as "media speculation that popped up last year too".
"Everyone's been speculating about Europe but I'm really happy in the US. I'm playing well there. I have a great club behind me and I love where I live," she said.
Kerr's manager Niki White has also not commented on the offer, throwing further doubt on the offer.
The report suggests a two-year deal worth almost $500,000 per season.
That would not be a substantial increase on Kerr's current wages, with FFA topping up her wages at Glory from its marquee fund.
FFA chief David Gallop told the Daily Telegraph he was eager to keep Kerr.
"She's important to Australian football and the women's game," Gallop said.
"We will definitely sit down with her after the World Cup and discuss where she sees herself next.
"Her spot at Perth Glory and in the W-League is a tremendous thing for the club, the competition and the sport.
"The opportunity for her to lead us into a home soil Women's World Cup in 2023 is so exciting.
"We appreciate that playing for a big club overseas would be wonderful for her, too."