Chelsea's interest in Napoli duo Edinson Cavani and Marek Hamsik is pure media speculation at this present time, according to the agent of the latter.
Cavani, in particular, has been frequently linked with a January move to west London as the Blues prepare to make significant moves in the winter market.
The 24-year-old striker has netted 44 goals in 63 appearances since his move to Naples, and has been touted as an eventual successor to Didier Drogba at Stamford Bridge.
Hamsik, meanwhile, is also reportedly being pursued by Chelsea but, says Mino Raiola, there has been no approach from the Blues for his client.
“As for reports of Chelsea’s interest in Hamsik and Edinson Cavani, those came out of The Sun, a paper that frankly isn’t even good for cleaning car windows," said Raiola.
"If [Chelsea owner] Roman Abramovich had wanted Cavani and Hamsik, after reading the story in that paper, he would’ve changed his mind."