Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic is 'not on the market', according to the player's agent.
His recent slump against Liverpool aside, Vidic has consistently performed well for Premier League leaders United this season, and is thought to be in the running to be nominated for the PFA Player of the Year award.
His commanding displays in defence have sparked rumours of interest from Italy, with AC Milan mooted as a potential interested party.
However, Vidic's Italian representative, Silvano Martina, has stressed that the Serbian sees his future at Old Trafford.
Martina told Calciomercato: "He plays for Manchester United and is not on the market. He is an unquestionable starter for The Red Devils.
"There's no way an Italian club could sign him. They don't have the means, and he is happy at Manchester.
"He is European and world champion, as a consequence, moving away could only be a step backward.
"Twice he was close to moving to Italy, once to Fiorentina and then to Inter."