Roma midfielder Alberto Aquilani is unlikely to leave the club and join Liverpool as far as his agent Franco Zavaglia is concerned.
Il Messaggero claimed the Reds were in Rome trying to close a deal for the Italian midfielder. It is said an offer of €20 million, plus a five-year deal for the player was being discussed.
However, Franco Zavaglia made it clear that he is unaware of any deal for his client, suggesting there would not be any move.
Tuttomercatoweb.com claim they spoke to the agent and he denied the Liverpool deal, insisting he has not heard from the Premier League side.
Furthermore, the agent made it clear that Aquilani wants to stay in Rome after signing an extension with the club earlier this summer.
Zavaglia also confirmed his client's recovery from ankle surgery is going according to plan.
Media reports have consistently linked the Italian to Liverpool as a replacement for Xabi Alonso, should he join Real Madrid.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com