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"Nothing has been agreed, so do not try to guess," Kovalainen told Finland's Turun Sanomat newspaper at Silverstone.
But 28-year-old van der Garde dismissed the speculation, in conversation with the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.
"There are always rumours," he said.
"I know where they are coming from, but I also know that I have a watertight contract for the rest of this season."
De Telegraaf acknowledged, however, that in the wake of van der Garde's dismal race in Canada, where he was penalised by the FIA for collisions, Caterham team owner Tony Fernandes was in contact with Kovalainen.