Roma forward Mirko Vucinic says he would not consider a move to Tottenham Hotspur if he was to leave the club.
Vucinic has been linked with Premier League trio Spurs, Manchester United and Liverpool despite recently signing a new four-year contract at Roma.
He recently insisted he would be staying at Stadio Olimpico, however reports persist that the Montenegro international could be sold.
The 25-year-old is unaware of any offers from other clubs, but admits he would not fancy a move to White Hart Lane.
"I'm not going to Tottenham, it is somewhere I wouldn't go," Vucinic told the club's official website.
"Anyway, the club hasn't received any offer and because my agent has had a problem in his family life we haven't been able to talk about work.
"If an offer comes in, it will be up to the club to tell me and then we will talk about it. If it is for the good of the club, we'll see.
"It is premature to talk about it now. As I've said, no offer has been made.
"I would be sorry to leave Roma, also because I have just renewed my contract."