Cristian Tello's agent has revealed that his client has no intention of returning to Barcelona when his loan spell at Porto comes to an end next summer.
The 24-year-old, who has previously been linked to Liverpool and Everton, moved to the Portuguese club on a two-year temporary deal in July 2014.
The winger's representative Josep Maria Orobitg has claimed that Tello wants to sign a permanent deal at Porto, but is open to other clubs if a deal is not agreed.
"Tello and I have already told Barcelona that he does not want to return to Camp Nou and Barcelona do not want to have any players who would rather be elsewhere," Orobitg told O Jogo. "His future is not at Barcelona.
"Tello would like to stay at Porto. He really wants to stay put and we are not just saying this to give him a good image. He loves Porto and has always been treated very well.
"It all depends on what Porto want. We have not heard anything yet. If Porto don't want him to stay, he will move on. There is plenty of interest from other countries. His priority is to stay at Porto, though."
Tello joined Barcelona from Espanyol's academy in 2010.