Milos Krasic's agent has quashed rumours linking the CSKA Moscow forward with a move to Liverpool.
Reports in Russia this week had suggested that Krasic would be joining the Reds in the summer after signing a pre-contract.
The stories appeared after the 25-year-old's representative Dejan Joksimovic travelled to Merseyside to sort out a deal for Milan Jovanovic.
Jovanovic has agreed to move to Anfield from Standard Liege after the World Cup but Joksimovic insists Krasic will not be following his fellow Serbian.
"I was in Liverpool to sort out a transfer," Joksimovic told Russian sports newspaper Sovetski Sport.
"But not for Krasic, for Milan Jovanovic, the Standard Liege forward who has signed a three-year contract with the English side and will start playing there this summer.
"Journalists decided that if Jovanovic was moving to Rafael Benitez's team, then why not Krasic too? It's an excellent theme for an article, and sure to be well-read!
"Krasic is not signing for Liverpool, and hasn't even held talks with them. Everything is just rumour so far."
Joksimovic expects to find out soon whether Krasic might leave CSKA when the transfer window reopens.
"Some kind of information might become available after CSKA's Champions League match with Sevilla," he explained.