The agent of Chelsea and England midfielder Frank Lampard has dismissed reports that his client has agreed a deal with Italian champions Internazionale.
The 29-year-old has so far been unable to agree a new contract with the Blues, with his current deal set to run out in a year's time.
However, Lampard's representative, Steve Kutner, commented: "I don't know why Inter Milan would think this. Nobody has talked to me and I am good friends with the owner, Massimo Moratti.
"I took Paul Ince there and I took Patrick Vieira there. If there was something on, I am sure I would know.
"The situation is that Frank has got a massive match on Wednesday, after which he needs to spend time with his family, because he has not had a real opportunity to do that since his mother died.
"He needs to get away and sort out his personal life and when he has done that, we will sit down and talk about his future in football.
"After that, we will talk to Chelsea and that is as far as we have got. There is nothing in the pipeline and I don't know why this has surfaced now."
Lampard joined the Blues in the summer of 2001 for £11million from West Ham United and has gone on to score 109 goals in 368 appearances for the club.