It was reported last week that Washington are willing to listen to offers for all their players, including Beal and John Wall following a shocking start to the season.
Before clinching back-to-back home wins over the New Orleans Pelicans and Houston Rockets, the Wizards were 6-12 for the season.
And Washington are seemingly considering blowing up their roster to start again.
Wall’s contract extension starts next summer and will average $42million annually for four years, making him a tough player to move.
However, Beal is seen as the more attractive option due to his age and a cheaper contract which expires in 2020.
The Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers have been touted as possible destinations due to the number of assets they have available to them in a potential trade.
And they were given a huge boost yesterday when reports emerged that the 25-year-old has made it clear that he wants to be traded.
But Beal has shot down those rumours, stating the only place he wants to be playing basketball is in Washington.
“That’s nonsense,” Beal said.
“I heard that earlier on before the game.
“If you haven’t heard it from the horses mouth, it wasn’t me.
“I’ve got this Washington jersey on, I come in and work every day until otherwise.
“This is where I want to be and I’m going to continue to show up and continue to work for us.”
Wins over the Pelicans and Rockets in their last two fixtures have helped push the Wizards up the Eastern Conference standings.
But they still remain 8.5 gams back from the Toronto Raptors, who currently occupy top spot.
The Celtics have been heavily linked with making a trade before the deadline in February due to their disappointing start.
However, Boston GM Danny Ainge has put his trust in his current crop and isn’t thinking of breaking them up any time soon.
“You know me. I’m always open to doing something,” Ainge told the Boston Herald.
“But that doesn’t mean I think we have to go and get something done right now. And it’s not that simple anyway.”