The former Sampdoria striker's representative has stated that he is happy at the Rossoneri and will not the leave the club in the transfer window
Rumours continue surrounding the former Sampdoria frontman's future, given that he is not guaranteed a starting berth in Massimiliano Allegri's side, but representative Giuseppe Bozzo has stated his client will remain at San Siro.
"Cassano away from Milan? It 's a record that [has] now [been] playing for a long time, but coming to the Rossoneri he has crowned a dream," he told Calciomercato.
"[Adriano] Galliani has reiterated his not-for-sale status, and his full integration into the style of Milan."
The agent also stated that the 28-year-old was willing to stay and fight for a starting spot at the Italian champions.
"Competition with [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic, [Alexandre] Pato and Robinho is not a problem," he concluded.
The Bari born forward figured in 17 games for Milan this season in Serie A, scoing four goals.