AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has confirmed that he has no intention of leaving the Rossoneri.
Real Madrid, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain are some of the clubs rumoured to be interested in Donnarumma, who is tipped to take over from Gianluigi Buffon as Italy's top goalkeeper.
However, the Milan stopper has confirmed that he is not considering a move away, despite the San Siro outfit's waning form over the last few years.
"Everyone knows that my wish is to stay at Milan," he told GQ. "I'm looking for a house in the city to live with my family.
"I'm calm, all the parties involved know the decision I've made. I'm very much tied to these colours. Both Mino and Enzo Raiola and I are a cohesive team."
Milan are rumoured to have offered Donnarumma - whose contract runs out in 2018 - £3m a year to stay, rising to £4.5m when bonuses are included.