Gines Carvajal, the representative of former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes, has put the record straight regarding Liverpool's proposed offer for the player.
Reports in England had suggested Valdes rejected an offer from Brendan Rodgers to go and prove his fitness at the club.
The offer, the story went, would have meant the Spanish stopper spendt four days at Liverpool's Melwood traning base.
However, according to Carvajal, the story is total fiction.
"Liverpool have not offered us the chance to train with them for four days," he revealed to SPORT.
"And we have not rejected the offer, because it is false [the offer]."
In addition, he added that "that proposal was never made to us by Brendan Rodgers nor by Liverpool at any moment."
However, that does not mean there is no offer on the table from the English side.
Valdes has been out of action since he got injured in Barça's win over Celta Vigo in March.
He had been due to sign for Monaco, but the French club pulled out of a transfer in the summer, calling the player's fitness into question.