Antonio Cassano's agent has clarified that the striker has no plans of leaving Milan when the transfer window reopens, and that he has fulfilled a dream by lifting the Scudetto title this season.
Rumors 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 the 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 su Premium Calcio.
"[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.
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