Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be leaving the club this summer, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
With Carlo Ancelotti having been touted as the next Real Madrid manager, there has also been talk that Ibrahimovic, who joined PSG from AC Milan last summer, could be set to leave Paris over the coming months.
The Sweden international, who hit 30 goals in 34 appearances for the Ligue 1 club last term, has spoken of a mass exodus this summer if Ancelotti is to depart.
However, Raiola insists that Ibrahimovic for one will still be a PSG player come next season.
"He will remain at PSG, I can rule out a return to Italy,” Raiola said. “I hear that he would cut his wage, but he has never spoken about it."
AC Milan forward Robinho is another player on Raiola's books to have been linked with a summer transfer.
But despite talk of a return to Santos for the Brazil international, the agent says Robinho will also be staying put.
"Robinho stays at AC Milan, this is his desire. I don't care about what Santos want, and I know that AC Milan want to keep him,” Raiola said. “It's easier that he extends his contract rather than leaving Milan."