Liverpool winger target Diego Perotti is yet to agree terms over a Sevilla exit, claims the player's exit.
Perotti has been heavily linked with a move away from the La Liga side in recent weeks, with Liverpool, Everton and Newcastle thought to be leading the chase for the Argentine.
The imminent summer arrival of German international Piotr Trochowski has increased speculation of Perotti's exit from the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium, with reports in Spain last week that the club would accept a £12 million offer for the player.
However, agent Alvaro Torres has denied that an agreement is already in place to leave the club with talkSPORT confirming that a deal is not done for Perotti to join Liverpool or any club just yet.
"There is nothing [to report]. The only thing we know is that some important clubs want to talk to Seville about their players and Diego will be one of them," he told radio station Onda Cero.
"But Seville are in charge of the situation and no proposal has come directly to us nor have any clubs spoken to us."
Liverpool are known to be in the market for a winger, with Kenny Dalglish hinting at a number of potential summer moves during the transfer window.
Ashley Young, Eden Hazard and Edinson Cavani have all been linked with moves to Anfield, with the Liverpool hierarchy reportedly compiling a shortlist of potential transfer targets.
A left back, central defender, central midfielder and striker are also believed to be on the agenda for the Merseysiders, and Dalglish could be in for a busy summer alongside director of football Damien Comolli should he extend his stay as Liverpool manager, as expected.