Victor Valdes' agent has refuted claims that Manchester United have forwarded an offer for the current Barca 'keeper, and that contract talks with the Blaugrana are still in effect.
"We don't have any offers and nor are we going to listen to any, wherever they come from," Carvajal told Catalan radio station RAC 1.
"Victor has a year left on his contract and he owes it to Barcelona."
Carvajal was adamant that Valdes would remain faithful to the Blaugrana, despite only having 12 months left on his current contract.
"We don't want to listen to anything which will distract us from the idea of renewing at Barcelona," Valdes' agent went on.
"Our desire is that the situation sorts itself out. As we still have a lot of time, that's where we are."
However, despite being confident that Valdes' future is as Barcelona, Carvajal did concede that there have been some problems between the parties with regards to agreeing terms.
"It's complicated, there are differences, because if there weren't then we would have already renewed," he continued.
"Our desire is to continue negotiating. On our part, we are not breaking up any talks and Barca have not told me that they are either."
Stephen Crawford, Goal.com