Kimi Raikkonen's manager Steve Robertson has confirmed that Kimi Raikkonen will not be driving for Red Bull Racing for 2014 season.
Daniel Ricciardo and Kimi Raikkonen were prime candidates to take Webber's seat at Red Bull following Australian's decision to leave F1 for a career in Sports Car Racing with Porsche.
"Talks broke down. We haven't spoken for a little while and it's clear Kimi won't be driving for Red Bull in 2014." Raikkonen's manager Steve Robertson told BBC Sport.
"Kimi's a free agent. He still has options out there.There's a lot of things happening behind the scenes and I'm pretty confident he will be in F1 next year." he added.
There have been rumours that Raikkonen may replace Massa or even Alonso at Ferrari from 2014, the team with which he won his maiden world championship in 2007. When asked whether Raikkonen has a chance of driving for Ferrari, he said: "Until they confirm their seats, my job is to speak to all the teams and see what's available."
This announcement strengthens German reports that Ricciardo has already signed for Red Bull and that the official announcement will be made this weekend in Belgium.