Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent claims his client is happy at Barcelona and is paying little notice to speculation.
Barca striker feels settled in Spain
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent claims his client is happy at Barcelona and is paying little notice to speculation regarding his future.
The Swede has seen his position at Camp Nou come under threat following the big-money arrival of David Villa.
Barca are reported to have moved for the Spain international after being left disappointed by Ibrahimovic's contribution in 2009/10.
It is claimed they are prepared to cut their losses and move him on, with various teams said to be keen on the languid frontman.
Ibrahimovic's agent insists there is no truth in these stories, though, and maintains the former Juventus and Inter Milan ace will still be in Catalunya next season.
"According to the papers Zlatan has already signed for Juventus, Manchester City and Real Madrid, but (Barca president Joan) Laporta has said that he is not for sale," Mino Raiola told Sky Italia
"He is happy at Barcelona. He was hoping for a different end to the season, but he scored 22 goals and his first year was quite positive.
"AC Milan? They have never asked about Zlatan, this is a story invented by the press.
"Ibra has never thought that Barcelona would be his last club, he's like (Jose) Mourinho and if he can win everything with Barca he will need a new challenge.
"English football could interest him because it would be a big test.
"Everything will depend on the club and the move coming at the right time. His future at the moment is still in Barcelona."