Samir Nasri's agent has admitted a future move to Italy cannot be ruled out but insists his client is currently happy at Arsenal.
The Frenchman has emerged as one of the Premier League's most effective playmakers since arriving at the Emirates Stadium from Marseille in 2008.
His performances have not gone unnoticed, though, with a number of leading clubs from across the continent thought to be keeping tabs on his progress.
Reports have suggested that AC Milan are keen to bring him in, although agent Alain Migliaccio insists there has been no approach from the Serie A club.
Migliaccio also maintains that Nasri is enjoying life with the Gunners and has no plans to leave in the near future.
However, Migliaccio concedes that he might one day consider a new challenge in Italy.
"An interest from AC Milan? Today these are only rumours, nobody has contacted me," Migliaccio told calciomercato.it.
"I don't think it is impossible, but nobody has talked with me.
"Would he like to play in Italy in the future? Why not?
"AC Milan, Juventus and Inter Milan are all great clubs, but now Samir is really good in Arsenal and I think he will not move from London."