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AC Milan striker Antonio Cassano is not interested in leaving the club this summer, according to his agent.

Cassano has been strongly linked with a move away from the Rossoneri in the transfer window ever since they wrapped up the Serie A title.

The 28-year-old Italy international is reportedly wanted by Fiorentina and Palermo having only been with Milan for five months after moving in January from Sampdoria.

But Cassano's agent Beppe Bozzo has ruled out a San Siro exit despite the speculation and claims his cleint is happy in Milan.

"Antonio will stay with Milan," Bozzo told Sky 24. "He is very happy and there are no reasons why he would want to leave."

Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has also put a dampener on any switch, claiming there has been no sign of discontent from the player.

"He's not expressed an unhappiness at being here," Galliani said. "He has a contract until 2014. If he isn't content then we can talk about it.

Reports in Italy claim Fiorentina boss Sinisa Mihajlovic has asked the club to prepare a bid, but Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri is also adamant Cassano is staying put. He said: "He'll stay, there are no doubts. Cassano will certainly be here next season."

Cassano has been a controversial figure during his career and the former Bari, Roma and Real Madrid forward is known for his hot temper as well as his goalscoring prowess.

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