Domenico Criscito is no closer to leaving Genoa for Milan as his agent Andrea D'Amico claims nothing is moving on the transfer horizon just yet.
Reports earlier on Thursday claimed Criscito, 24, was under the microscope at Milanello after Adriano Galliani fired up comprehensive talks with Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi.
Those talks happened, but they did not seem to centre on Criscito who has not been approached by Milan. However, the agent warned an eventual fee could be costly.
"Milan? For now there has not been any contact, just paper talk," D'Amico told Radio Sportiva.
"I think the president Preziosi has spoken a number of times with Galliani, but I don't know what they spoke about.
"I won't make predictions for the market, we just have to see what happens.
"For now Criscito is focussed on Genoa. He is the best Italian left-back around, and so his price will be high."