Daniel Sturridge's representatives have denied suggestions that his demands have put an end to a proposed move to Liverpool in January.
Liverpool are reportedly looking at bringing Sturridge to Anfield in January after failing in their attempt to sign him from Chelsea during the summer, but negotiations are believed to have stalled over the players demands.
It has been claimed the 23-year-old England international is looking for £80,000-a-week as well as guarantees he would be used as a central striker - he has spent most of his career out wide - before agreeing to a move to Anfield.
However, his representatives have moved to distance themselves from these reports.
"Daniel Sturridge does not conduct his business in public," the player's agency, Octagon, said.
"He also does not make demands in any negotiation, with regards to salary or his playing position.
"Any contract between a club and a player has to be based on mutual agreement."