Sevilla striker Luis Fabiano's enthusiasm to join Milan has been curbed by agent Jose Fuentes, who says the Italians have not made any approach for him.
Fabiano told La Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday that he was still eager to join the Rossoneri after last year's attempt ended in disappointment.
The striker said he would evaluate his future after the World Cup, but Fuentes has slammed on the brakes as the idea comes screeching to a halt.
"At the moment no club has contacted us and there is no deal," the agent told Calciomercato.it.
"The last time I heard from Milan was last year. What counts is the will from a team that is interested in buying him."
While no move seems apparent, Fuentes was eager to talk about figures.
"Sevilla say he is worth €20 million? I think that's a correct evaluation. I don't know if his future will be sorted before or after the World Cup."
Fabiano has one year left on his current deal.
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