Sebastian Vettel has denied reports that he's off to Ferrari in 2014, saying he has no "agreement or obligation" with the Italian stable.
According to rumours in the F1 paddock, the reigning World Champion has already signed a deal with Ferrari to replace Felipe Massa in 2013.
However, this has been refuted by both Red Bull and Ferrari with the latter's president saying he would not sign the German to partner Fernando Alonso as you "don't want two roosters in the hen-house."
But despite the teams saying no, the rumours have persisted, prompting Sky Sports F1 to go directly to the source.
Asked about the rumours, Vettel said: "Yes, I can deny. I don't have any agreement or obligation."
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