Liverpool remain locked in talks with Sevilla over the signing of Alberto Moreno, but the clubs are yet to strike a deal over the signing of the Spanish left-back.
The Reds have been heavily linked the 22 year-old moving this summer, who would provide competition alongside Jose Enrique in Liverpool's left-back. But they are still to match the Sevilla's valuation, which is reportedly in the region of £20m ($33.5m, €25m).
Moreno is set to play for Sevilla in the Super Cup final against Real Madrid on Tuesday, with reports suggesting he could finish a deal to join Liverpool later this week.
But the Europa League winners say that a deal has not been reached, after more than a week of negotiations.
"There have been negotiations [for Moreno], eight or 10 days ago, but there has been no agreement and nor is there today," Sevilla president Jose Castro told the club's official website.
"If Liverpool's offer is suitable he will leave. If not, he'll stay and nothing will happen, absolutely nothing. We'll be at ease."
Enrique missed the last six months of the season for Liverpool due to a knee injury. Although the ex-Newcastle United defender has returned to pre-season training and Liverpool has clinched a two-year loan deal for right-back Javier Manquillo, manager Brendan Rodgers is keen to reinforce the position.
After playing an influential role in helping Sevilla win the Europa League for the third time in nine years, following a penalty shoot-out victory over Benfica, Moreno was selected to be in Spain's 30-man provisional World Cup squad.
But after being left out of the main squad which travelled to Brazil, Moreno's summer has been dominated with rumours regarding his future, with Liverpool linked with making him the latest addition to their Spanish contingent.
However, the deal has regularly stalled with both clubs unable to agree on a fee, although Rodgers has repeated on several occasions his intent to add to a squad which finished second in the Premier League last season.
In the absence of Enrique and injured on-loan defender Aly Cissokho, youngster Jon Flanagan was forced to fill in at full-back last term. But despite performing with aplomb, Rodgers is keen to return the England international to his first-choice position on the right.