Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel, who has been linked with Manchester City and Napoli, is unlikely to leave Anfield this summer, according to his agent.
And according to Karol Csonto, it would be "almost impossible" for Napoli to convince Liverpool to let his client leave the club during the transfer window.
Premier League champions Man City are thought to be keen on signing the centre-back as they look strengthen their back four over the summer, while Napoli have money to spend following Ezequiel Lavezzi's £21million move to Paris Saint-Germain and have shown interest in the Slovakian.
Skrtel still has two years left to run on his contract at Liverpool and has already announced he has no plans to leave the club.
That has done little to end the speculation, but Csonto does not believe the 27-year-old will be made available for sale.
"It is difficult, almost impossible, for Napoli to take Skrtel," Csonto told Radio Crc.
"He has another two years on his contract with Liverpool.
"Martin is a top player and it is obvious that many clubs are looking at him, but for now Skrtel remains a Liverpool player."