The player's representative was spotted meeting with Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani and sporting director Ariedo Braida and that immediately prompted speculation that the club are looking to resolve their long-standing deficiencies down the left-hand side by signing the versatile Partenopei full-back.
However, Roberto La Florio insists that the topic of discussion was another one of his clients, Milan forward Stephan El Shaarawy, and not Dossena.
"Milan already have a number of big names in this part of field," the agent told RadioSport24.
"I had a nice conversation with Galliani and Braida regarding El Shaarawy and obviously the general conversation slipped onto to Dossena, but there was no real offer.
"[It was] a simple conversation due to the fact that Dossena is a great player and, naturally, [because] I was seen out with the directors of Milan, the story has come from this."
Wing-back Dossena joined Napoli from Liverpool in 2010 and has regularly featured on the left-hand side of the Partenopei's midfield.