Ronaldinho is happy at current club AC Milan and is not interested in a move elsewhere, according to his brother and agent Roberto De Assis.
The Brazilian international was linked with a move to Manchester City alongside team-mate Kaka in January but in the end no concrete offer was made.
The former World Player of the Year only joined Milan from Barcelona in the summer but this has not stopped rumours regarding his future from circulating.
Despite the speculation De Assis insists that his brother has no wish to seek a move away from the San Siro. Although he has experienced a frustrating start to his Rossoneri career, thanks to injury, he is enjoying his first season with the club.
"Dinho is calm in Milan. The injuries damaged his progress in the beginning but they are a long time ago now," he told the ONA radio station in Barcelona.
"Now he is living in a new era, with another club, and Dinho is well and truly in the plans of Milan.
"It is not true that he is looking for a possible move away from Italy.
"The interest of Manchester City? Ronaldinho has a deal until June 2011 and it will be necessary to speak with Milan."
But De Assis refused to rule out a return to Barca, where he enjoyed five seasons prior to his move to Milan, in the future.
"Barcelona will always be a special city for us and Ronaldinho. It would make us happy to return to the club as we have many friends in the team," he added.