Valencia have insisted that there is no agreement to sell David Villa to Barcelona.
Spanish reports had claimed that Barcelona were close to an agreement to sign the Spain international.
However, Valencia insist that they have no deal with Barca and say they do not have an agreement with Villa to let him leave.
“In light of recently published incorrect stories, Valencia wish to officially announce that the player David Villa and the club have made no pact, no agreement nor have they held any conversation regarding the player leaving the club,” Gomez said in a statement on Valencia’s official website.
“We already showed last summer that Villa is a very valuable player for us and that his performances in our team have only increased our faith in him.
“It is completely untrue that the club have agreed a deal with the player or his agent. David is happy at Valencia and we’re very satisfied with his efforts and his performances.
“We find the publication of certain stories quite irresponsible and even more so when they come on the day of such an important game.”
Villa was also quick to deny that he had an agreement in place to leave the Mestalla.
“Yes I have an agreement, but it’s for six years and with Valencia, and I hope to complete this happily and then maybe even add another year,” he said.
“Whoever believes me, great. Whoever doesn’t can say what they like. The one who decides is me, I’m the one who has the authority over my future.”