Juventus striker David Trezeguet is expected to stay in Turin and see out the remainder of his contract, which expires in 2011.
Antonio Caliendo, the player's agent, admits no clubs have been in touch with him regarding the striker.
Trezeguet has been rumoured to leave the Old Lady this summer, and voices claimed Milan were keen. Juve said they would not sell their man to the Rossoneri, and other avenues appear closed.
"There are no novelties regarding Milan. No-one has contacted me about this," Caliendo told Tuttomercatoweb.com.
"The player wants to remain with Juventus. It has been the media who have created voices regarding the market."
On Wednesday, 'Trez' showed more uncertainty over his future when he told reporters 'wait and see' when asked whether he would stay at the club.
Over in Milan, Inter's Maicon has also been tipped to leave the club, but Caliendo has closed all possibilities.
"Maicon? He is staying where he is," concluded the agent.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com