Emmanuel Adebayor's agent has denied having any contact with AC Milan over a possible move.
The Arsenal striker has been linked with a summer departure from Emirates Stadium, although he stated at the end of the season that he was happy at the club.
He added that he had every intention of staying with the Gunners to help them fight for silverware over the coming years.
Speculation has suggested Milan could be preparing a transfer window swoop for the Togo international, especially with Kaka looking likely to leave the San Siro.
However, Adebayor's representative Stephane Courbis maintains that he has not been approached by the Rossoneri.
"I met (Arsenal boss Arsene) Wenger yesterday but we did not talk about selling him because at the moment there are no significant offers," he told Calciomercato.it.
"The Milan directors have not contacted me."
Courbis admits there has been some interest in Adebayor but nothing that could persuade him to leave Arsenal
He said: "Yes, there are many other offers, but I repeat that at the moment there are no interesting offers for Emmanuel.
"What would I do if Milan called? I don't like talking about hypotheses, it's not right at this moment. Ade is an Arsenal player."