AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has dismissed speculation linking Zlatan Ibrahimovic with a move to Manchester City.
It was reported on Friday that the newly-crowned Premier League champions were considering offering the enigmatic Swede a £300,000-per-week contract in England.
However, Galliani has claimed that no contact has been made between the two clubs.
"Ibrahimovic will win the Champions League in Milan's shirt," he told Sport Mediaset. "It is not true that Manchester City have asked for him."
Ibrahimovic played under City boss Roberto Mancini for two years while the Italian was manager of Inter Milan.