Real Valladolid has insisted that their striker Javi Guerra is still heading for Cardiff City this summer.
The 32-year-old has already agreed a pre-contract ahead of a potential Bosman free transfer move this summer.
However, Guerra was quoted as suggesting that he may yet end up going elsewhere.
But Valladolid club president Carlos Suarez has told La Cadena Ser that as far as they are concerned, Guerra is heading for South Wales.
"Javi Guerra will for sure go to Cardiff this summer and I'm happy for him," said Sanchez.
"There is no possibility that he will continue with us next season."
Guerra is reported to have signed a three-and-a-year deal with Cardiff - although should the Bluebirds lose their battle against relegation, it has not been confirmed whether that would impact on the deal.