Last Updated: Wed, 12 Jun 2013 17:54
Stephan El Shaarawy's agent has moved quickly to quash speculation about a move from AC Milan to Manchester City for the Egypt striker.
Roberto La Florio insists that Milan have no intention of selling his client this summer, despite the latest statements of vice-president Adriano Galliani.
The Rossoneri official ignited transfer speculation about the 20-year-old forward when he admitted a sale was not impossible.
Milan are one of the clubs believed to be plotting a move for Carlos Tevez and many believed that Galliani was testing the water to see if City officials would bite.
But El Shaarawy's agent has fired back and claims that the player is one of only two currently on Milan's books that the club would not consider bids for.
"I haven't heard the words of Galliani," La Florio told Sport Italia. "I'm going with what he said a few days ago when he stated that the player was not available for transfer.
"Speaking generally though, we can say that the transfer market is crazy and anything can happen. But the boy is happy at Milan and nothing has changed.
"I've not been called by City, these are just rumours. The player is a Milanista and he's happy in Rossonero.
"Mario Balotelli and El Shaarawy are the only two players that Milan have who are not on the market.
"Even though money rules in the window, Milan's desire is to keep him and Stephan's desire is to stay.
"The interest in Tevez? It's only right that the club look to reinforce the team. Milan are a great team and they are doing their job by targeting great players."
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