Raheem Sterling will not be signing a new contract with Liverpool even if he is offered £900,000 ($1.4 million) a week, the player's agent has told the London Evening Standard.
Sterling's future at Anfield has been uncertain as talks over a new contract, the current terms of which expire in 2017, have reached an impasse.
The England international, 20, was expected to tell Liverpool that he wants a transfer when he and his agent Aidy Ward meet manager Brendan Rodgers and chief executive Ian Ayre on Friday, but that meeting was cancelled on Thursday.
On Thursday, Ward said: "I don't care about the PR of the club and the club situation. I don't care.
"He is definitely not signing. He's not signing for £700, £800, £900 thousand a week. He is not signing.
"My job is to make sure I do the best with them [my clients]. If people say I am bad at my job, or they are badly advised it does not matter.
"I am not worried. Worried is making a decision not knowing what is going to happen. Every premier league club will make a bid for him."
- Standard Sport (@standardsport) May 21, 2015
Ward also hit out at former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher, who said Sterling needs to change his agent and stay at Anfield.
"Carragher is a knob," Ward said. "Everybody knows it. Any of the criticism from current pundits or ex-Liverpool players -- none of them things matter to me. It is not relevant."
Sterling has made 35 Premier League appearances this season, scoring seven goals and managing as many assists.