Victor Valdes' agent has denied a report claiming the former Barcelona goalkeeper had rejected a move to Liverpool after being asked to undergo a trial.
Liverpool have been credited with an interest in 32-year-old Valdes for some time, with the Spaniard a free agent after leaving Barcelona in the summer when his contract expired.
Reports over the weekend claimed that Liverpool invited Valdes over for training so they could assess his fitness after suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury in March, but that the Spain international snubbed the offer.
Neither Brendan Rodgers nor Liverpool have ever made us this proposal, at any time.
However, Valdes' representative, agent Gines Carvajal, insists they did not reject any offer to go trial from Liverpool and that they had no contact with Brendan Rodgers about a possible move to Anfield.
"Liverpool didn't ask us to train for four days. We haven't rejected it because it [the story] is false," Carvajal told Sport.
"Neither Brendan Rodgers nor Liverpool have ever made us this proposal, at any time."