The player's representative has played down speculation that his client could leave San Siro this summer, and attempted to clarify comments made about the Rossoneri's finances
The forward is coming off the most prolific campaign of his career but speculation is rife that Manchester City are interested in signing the 30-year-old, while there has also been talk that Rossoneri coach Massimiliano Allegri wants to get rid of the player.
However, Ibrahimovic's representative, Mino Raiola, insists that there is no chance of his client leaving San Siro this summer.
"There are four or five clubs that are keeping an eye on him," the agent told Sky Sport24. "However, Milan were clear with us: Ibra is not for sale."
Raiola also dismissed reports that Ibrahimovic's quotes about Milan's alleged financial problems have not gone down well with club CEO Adriano Galliani.
"The player didn't want to say that Milan have no money - he expressed himself badly," the agent explained.
"Galliani is calm. He knows that these things were twisted but he understands what Ibra meant."
Ibrahimovic netted 28 times in 32 Serie A games in 2011-12.