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Fabiano unhappy with Milan

Sevilla striker Luis Fabiano claims he will stay at the club as he has received no offers - and accused AC Milan of breaking promises.

Fabiano, 29, was quoted this summer as saying he was keen to secure a move to Milan or Manchester United when he returned from the World Cup with Brazil.

However, he has since said he will stay in Spain and claimed he would never have considered a move to the Rossoneri this summer.

"In reality, no one came looking for me," he said on Football Italia. "I have ruled out Milan since last year when there was the only serious contact. I ruled them out because they made promises that they didn't keep."

Asked what promises had been made, he said: "I can't say it. I'm staying at Sevilla. I have won a lot here. This is a fundamental moment in my career. Now I must prepare myself in the best way possible for the Spanish Super Cup against Barcelona and for the preliminary stages of the Champions League."

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