The 25-year-old is out of favour with the Italian giants and the Spaniard had loan spells at Barcelona and Marseille last season.
Glenn, however, was asked about this links at his after-match press conference following the Torquay game and said, simply, 'No. Not true."
Meanwhile, the Express says Spurs are ready to offer former Leeds man Martin Hiden a route back into English football.
The Austrian's Leeds career was ended by knee ligament injuries, but the 28-year-old defender returned home and had an impressive season with Austria Vienna last year.
The other papers centre on victory over Torquay and, in particular, the decision to award Kasey Keller a debut.
Glenn said afterwards: "I had a chat with Kasey in the week and he checked on his family members and they were okay.
"None were involved in the disaster and he was ready to play. He also kept a clean sheet which was nice."
The Daily Star links Glenn with a move for Lazio schemer Ivan De la Pena, nicknamed 'Little Buddha'.