Defender revealed the man purporting to be his representative who claimed he was happy at the Blues was in no way affiliated to him and refused to commit his future to the club
A man named Vlado Borozan made comments to the media earlier this week claiming the Serbia international was happy at Stamford Bridge and had no intentions of quitting the club.
However, Ivanovic has moved to distance himself from the individual, claiming he is no way affiliated to him and he did not make the claims as reported.
"I've seen in the press that an agent called Vlada Borozan has been saying things on my behalf, I would just like to put on record that he is not my agent and does not have the right to tell the press anything on my behalf," Ivanovic told Sky Sports.
Despite confessing he is happy at Stamford Bridge, the 28-year-old refused to commit his future to the Champions League winners, stating any decision on his future would be made after he comes back from holiday.
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He continued: "With regards to speculation about my future, we will see what happens. But whatever happens, it will be between myself, Chelsea and my actual representatives.
"As it stands today, I am a proud Chelsea player.
"I have four years remaining on my contract, have just won the Champions League, just captained my country on international duty, and am now ready for a holiday with my family to recharge my batteries and get ready for next season."