Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent has strenuously denied that his client is keen to leave Inter Milan.
The Sweden international sparked rumours of an imminent exit from the Serie A champions at the weekend when he refused to commit his future to the club.
Inter president Massimo Moratti has also spoken of how the Italian giants could cope without the services of the languid frontman.
However, Ibrahimovic's representative insists reports of a proposed switch to Barcelona are wide of the mark.
"People are talking about convincing Zlatan to stay but no-one has said he is leaving," Mino Raiola told Radio Radio.
"Zlatan has a great relationship with Moratti. There's no reason for them to have a meeting.
"Moratti was right when he said that we've given bait to newspapers and the media to develop a story which for now doesn't exist.
"If I or Zlatan or (Inter coach Jose) Mourinho don't say anything Italy stops talking about football."
Raiola also dismissed suggestions that Ibrahimovic has demanded more money to remain at Giuseppe Meazza.
"Zlatan has never asked for reinforcements of more money and anyone who says otherwise is a liar," he added.
While Ibrahimovic looks set to remain at Inter for now, Brazilian forward Maxwell appears to be heading for the exit.
The South American star has fallen out of favour of late and Raiola admits it may be time for a new challenge for another of his clients.
"With Mourinho either you're Zlatan and he takes you to his home or if you're not Zlatan you're dead and that's not right from a coach's point of view," he said.
"The relationship between Maxwell and Mourinho is over."
On reports that Maxwell could be heading to Inter's city rivals AC Milan, Raiola said: "That's not a decision for Inter to take but the player.
"We'll terminate his contract, we'll pay what has to be paid but we won't set one price for Milan and another for other clubs.
"All the big teams know how good this player is."