"As far as Robbie's concerned he's a Leeds United player," Scott told BBC Sport Online.
"He's happy where he is and has still got three-and-a-half years to run on his contract.
"Leeds would consider an offer for anyone - but there hasn't been a new offer for Robbie.
"Whether he moves on from Leeds depends on where he wants to go and if anyone wants him.
"But there isn't much money in the game at the moment."
Fowler has not been included in the Leeds' first team squad that travelled to take on Chelsea on Tuesday night, but Scott told the BBC that this was because Terry Venables wants him to stay in Leeds in a bid to get match fit.
"He didn't travel because he is trying to get match fit," said Scott.
"He did a double stint of training on Monday and is just looking forward to getting back to playing."