Porto midfielder Fredy Guarin will not push his way out of the club, the player's agent has guaranteed.
The Colombia international has been tipped to move to Serie A after an impressive second half of last season, in which his goals fired the side to a historic treble.
Inter and Roma have both been suggested as possible destinations for Guarin, and though the midfielder's agent has confessed there are interested parties, he stressed that the 25-year-old will not submit a transfer request.
"I know there are clubs interested but I do not know whether there have been negotiations or not. I am waiting for Porto to say something about the clubs who are interested in Fredy," Marcelo Ferreira told Antena 1.
"It is all very clear. The club who want Fredy will have to talk to Porto and whatever Porto decide, it is fine by us.
"This means there is no interest in forcing an exit. Unless Porto say they have come to agreement with another club for the transfer, Fredy is fine at the club."
Guarin, who joined the Portuguese outfit from Saint-Etienne in 2008, has a contract with the Europa League champions until 2014, with a €30 million release clause written into the deal.