Carlos Tevez reportedly has ruled out a move from Manchester United to archrival Liverpool this summer.
The Argentine looks certain to leave Old Trafford during the transfer window after a season of frustration with the Red Devils, but it is not yet clear where he will play next year.
The only indication so far is that he will not be at Anfield, with Sky Sports News sources claiming he does not want to make the switch.
At the moment the forward is on loan with United and even though the club has the first option to buy him, it is not clear if it will exercise it.
Likewise, Tevez himself is reportedly not happy at Old Trafford due to his lack of first-team action and seems to be seeking the exit door.
There are certainly no shortage of suitors for the Argentine either, with at least three other Premier League clubs interested in signing him.
One of those is the club where he started his career in England, West Ham, while both Chelsea and Manchester City are also said to be interested.
Indeed, at the moment it seems as though City is the front-unner for the forward but a lot could depend on whether he wants to switch from the red side of Manchester to the blue.