Everton boss Ronald Koeman has ruled out a move for Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart.
England 'keeper Hart has been told he can leave the Etihad by City boss Pep Guardiola.
Sky sources understand that Everton, along with Spanish club Sevilla and German giants Borussia Dortmund, have weighed up making a move for him.
But in Thursday's news conference Koeman confirmed that he would not be pursuing Hart - stating he has "no interest" in a deal - and Sky Sports News HQ understands that Sevilla have ended their interest.
Hart captained the team in Wednesday night's Champions League victory over Steaua Bucharest, which looks likely to be his final game for the club.
Barcelona keeper Claudio Bravo has joined City on a four-year contract, leaving Hart looking for a new club.
After the 1-0 win over Steaua, Hart, who has been at City since 2006, said: "We're going to come up with a solution. Tonight I played for Manchester City and I enjoyed every moment of it. It's a place I'd love to be. But situations occur in football but we're men and we get on with it."