Celtic star Kristoffer Ajer has parted company with the agent who claimed he would leave Parkhead this summer.
Deal-maker Tore Pedersen's contract with the Norwegian centre-back expired at the end of May.
Pedersen irked Hoops boss Neil Lennon in March by insisting the 2019/20 season would be Ajer's last in Scotland.
Ajer later distanced himself from the claim and has chosen not to renew his relationship with Pedersen, who wouldn't be drawn on why.
The 22-year-old has been linked with several high-profile European clubs, including AC Milan. One Spanish newspaper even claimed Norwegian international team-mate Martin Odegaard had recommended him to Real Madrid.
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But it seems his next move will be to find a new agent.
"My contract with Kris expired this May," Pedersen said to Norwegian media.
"Why wasn't it renewed? Kris must answer about his choice, if he wants to.
"Did I want to renew? Yes of course. Kris is a brilliant guy, and a very good central defender.
"I have followed his career since he was 15 years old. I wish him all the best in the future."
He said in April: “I have two years left of the contract and do not focus on my future at all. What the media writes, I don’t focus on it.”