Zlatan Ibrahimovic is not considering the possibility of leaving AC Milan, the player's agent has declared.
The Sweden international has been linked recently to Real Madrid but his representative has now given little credence to the rumours and insisted that the striker is not thinking about a new challenge.
"There is nothing true about that," Mino Raiola told Panorama. "The situation is clear, he still has two more years left on his contract.
"Milan do not want to sell Zlatan and he does not want to leave. Everything else is just theories, dreams and baseless possibilities."
However, Raiola then stated that if his client wants a new challenge, he will not be deterred by the fact that he is still bound by a contract.
"At Inter he still had two-and-a-half years remaining on his deal when he left, and he had four years on his Barcelona contract when he departed," he explained.
"If Zlatan wants to leave, it will have nothing to do with the expiry date on his contract."
The 30-year-old, who moved to Milan in 2010, has scored 29 goals in all competitions this season.
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