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England are now seven wins from seven in Group Six, so a win over Croatia in September will see Capello’s men heading to the World Cup 2010 in South Africa

Andrea Pirlo has revealed that he has no intention of leaving Milan, despite continued speculation of interest from Chelsea.

Former Milan coach, Carlo Ancelotti’s move to West London has led to speculation over who he may bring with him to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea are known to be keen on Alexandre Pato but Milan have issued a ‘hands-off’ warning with regard to the Brazilian, while Ancelotti has never tried to hide his admiration for Pirlo.

However, Pirlo has now confirmed that he remains committed to the Rossoneri.

“I stay at Milan,” he told Corriere dello Sport. “Since I’m at Milan, I have lived other similar moments.

“Also in these other occasions a lot was spoken about me, but then nothing happened.

“So, reading papers and seeing my name in the middle of the market doesn’t give me a strange sensation. I’m tranquil.

“I have a contract with Milan. Next season I see myself always at Milan. Nothing will happen. I want to stay.”

Pirlo is under contract with Milan until 2011.

England are now seven wins from seven in Group Six, so a win over Croatia in September will see Capello’s men heading to the World Cup 2010 in South Africa

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