Robinho's agent has reacted to speculation linking the Brazilian with a move back to Santos by saying he is happy at AC Milan and there have been no talks with anyone.
Reports in Italy had suggested that Santos sent a couple of high-ranking officials to Milan to try and conclude a deal for the 28-year-old.
Robinho started his career with Santos before leaving his homeland for Europe in 2005.
Having played for Real Madrid and Manchester City, the striker spent time back with Santos on loan before joining Milan two years ago.
While Santos have now been linked with another move for Robinho, a number of other clubs, including Malaga, have also been credited with an interest.
However, the player's representative, Marisa Alija, has played down the chances of a departure from the San Siro.
"We haven't spoken to anybody," Alija told Supersportes.com.br.
"Robinho is feeling good and happy with Milan."