Real Madrid plan to give their international defender Sergio Ramos an improved new deal to deter interest from Milan.
The president of the club, Ramon Calderon, is set to offer the 21-year-old a new contract before the end of the season.
“Don’t worry, you are not for sale,” an unnamed high-ranking club official told Ramos, according to Marca.
Real bought Ramos out of his contract with Sevilla for €27m just before the end of the transfer deadline in August 2005 making him the most expensive defender in the history of Spanish football.
Spanish media have reported that Milan are tracking Ramos as the Italian outfit look to introduce some youth into their ageing squad.