Manchester City and Watford target Piotr Zielinski has no intention of leaving his current side Udinese, according to talkSPORT.
The Poland playmaker is yet to start for the Serie A outfit this term and has only featured through seven substitute appearances.
Despite this, his agent Patrick Mork told talkSPORT: "He has a long-term contract with Udinese and will not leave the club.
"Certainly there are important clubs following him but Udinese have no intention of selling him and he has no intention of leaving."
Zielinski made his debut for the Italian side in 2012 when he replaced Antonio di Natale against Cagliari, and the Polish midfielder has since gone on to make five appearances for his senior-national side.
The blue half of Manchester had been tracking the 19-year-old international for the past few months, while London-club Watford - perhaps unsurprisingly given the fact they have the same owners as the Serie A team - had hoped to secure a loan deal.
After his agents comments, both clubs will be forced to look elsewhere for the next young talent.
Mork added: "He is working to prove to the manager, Francesco Guidolin, that he can be part of this team.
"I'm sure his time will come very soon."
Manuel Pellegrini is said to planning an overhaul of his squad in the coming months, with the Citizens having endured an indifferent start to this season. They were beaten by relegation-candidates Sunderland at the weekend and have struggled to perform consistently so far.
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