Domenico Criscito is a wanted man but his agent insists that Genoa are in charge of his future.
The Italian international is being paired with giants such as Milan, Napoli and Fiorentina after Genoa signed full-back Luca Antonelli from Parma at the start of this month.
However, the defender's representative admits that there is nothing to discuss at this point in time.
"All I can say is that there is interest in him," noted Andrea D'Amico. "However, any interested club must first reach an agreement with Genoa.
"Once something concrete happens then the club will call us and let us know of the situation."
Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi said earlier this month that he was 99.9 per cent certain that Criscito would remain. Earlier today he made the same point.
However, Preziosi did say similar things about Andrea Ranocchia before Christmas and sold him to Inter two weeks ago.
Criscito is believed to be valued at around €12m by the Marassi outfit.