Milan will not revive their interest in Arsenal forward Emmanuel Adebayor in the summer, according to the player’s agent.
Vincenzo Morabito, who represents Adebayor’s interests, is adamant that the marksman will remain in North London.
“He extended his contract with the Gunners until 2012 last summer and there have been no new contacts with Milan,” Morabito told Calciomercato.it.
“Negotiations failed last summer and that was it. He secured a renewal and there is no chance now. [Arsenal coach Arsene] Wenger counts heavily on him and I don’t think he will put him up for sale.
“As I said, Milan had a possibility last summer, but they plumped for Ronaldinho in the end.”
British media have speculated that Adebayor’s future is tied to Wenger and the striker would depart if the coach quit the club.
“No way, Wenger will stay on,” insisted Morabito.
“They have linked him with the Real Madrid position, but if Florentino Perez will win the presidential election, it’s now evident they will make a move for [Carlo] Ancelotti.”