Lucas Perez's agent has suggested that it's "logical" that the Arsenal striker is unhappy with his situation at the club, but denied quotes attributed to him suggesting he could join AC Milan.
Goal reported last week that Perez had grown frustrated with his lack of playing time and will look for a way out of the Emirates Stadium soon.
Though Rodrigo Fernandez Lovelle has denied quotes in Italian outlet CalcioMercato.com saying that a move could happen this summer to Milan, he says Perez's frustration is justified.
"Lucas has a contract with Arsenal. We haven't spoken to AC Milan," his agent told Goal.
"It's logical that someone is unhappy if they do not play - that's why he's a professional."
Perez has ambitions of working his way into the Spain national team squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia and told manager several months ago Arsene Wenger that he was unhappy at his lack of gametime.