The AC Milan striker was heavily linked with a move to both Premier League sides last month, with Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer forced into the market following respective injuries to star forwards Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford.
Unfortunately for the Special One, he failed to find a replacement for Kane before the deadline passed last week, but Solskjaer secured a loan deal for ex- Watford man Odion Ighalo.
Milan were open to Piatek leaving in January having brought Zlatan Ibrahimovic back to the club, a move that pushed the former further down the San Siro pecking order.
The Poland international eventually joined Hertha Berlin, who forked out £23m to prise him away from Italy.
SportBild later reported, however, that Piatek’s partner, Paulina Procyk, did not want him to move to England as she wanted to be closer to home.
Nevertheless, Procyk has rubbished the allegation on social media.
She posted on her Instagram story: “I don’t know where such information came from really, and how it got to the press.
“Yes, my husband holds my opinion in high regard, but I have never picked a club for him based on which city or climate I liked and I will never try to do so.
“Any place in the world, that allows my husband to grow, be happy, and make his dreams come true, is perfect for me.
“Decisions about new clubs to play in are made solely by Krzysztof along with his managers who care only about his growth and well-being.”
Having missed out on Piatek, Mourinho will be eager for Kane to return to full fitness as soon as possible.
And the Portuguese has issued a positive injury update on his star striker.
When asked when Kane could return, Mourinho said: “The Leicester match [on May 9]. Maybe we need that match for something. To be fourth, to be fifth, to be sixth.
“Maybe we need that match for something and maybe he can help us in this match. I hope.
“Yes. I think [that’s the best case scenario at the moment].”
They are also due to face RB Leipzig in the Champions League before they visit Stamford Bridge.