Juventus winger Milos Krasic, who is believed to be a target for Liverpool and Chelsea, will not join Zenit St Petersburg, according to his agent.
Zenit are believed to be keen on signing the Serbia international before the Russian transfer window closes on February 24th.
But Krasic's agent, Vlado Borozan, told Tuttomercatoweb: "I can only say that as it stands right now, Milos is not thinking about moving to Russia.
"He was in Russia for seven years [at CSKA Moscow] and even though Zenit is a great club, he wants to remain on this side of Europe.
"The transfer window [in Russia] closes at the end of the month and I cannot exclude that he might change his mind although I think it would be very difficult.
"He knows that at Juve he will not find space but he is aware of his choices."
Tottenham failed with a deadline day bid for Krasic at the end of last month, while Manchester United are also believed to be keen.
Borozan earlier this week hinted at a summer move to Stamford Bridge for his client, saying: "Chelsea? They are interested in the player and they are one of the clubs he likes."