Nemanja Vidic's Italian agent has rejected claims that the Manchester United defender will join AC Milan in the summer.
Speculation has arisen over the Serbia international's Old Trafford future amid claims his family have found it hard to settle in England.
The powerful centre-back was forced to deny reports of a rift with manager Sir Alex Ferguson after pulling out of the side to face Leeds United in the FA Cup shortly before kick-off.
AC Milan have been touted as possible suitors for the former Spartak Moscow ace, while Real Madrid has been mooted as another destination.
But Silvano Martina insists there is no truth in the rumours linking his client with a switch to the San Siro.
Martina told calciomercato.com: "When a player is with a big club it is difficult to change, and then these rumours come out just a few days after the close of the transfer market. A contradiction, don't you think?
"There was nothing and I think that there won't be even in the future.
"It is a useless thing that, just because a player is injured or maybe doesn't play well, we are talking of a possible sale."