Antonio Di Natale says he will end his career at Udinese after being linked with a possible move to Milan.
The 35-year-old was this week labelled as a Rossoneri transfer target by the Gazzetta dello Sport, but a switch is not on the horizon.
Di Natale, whose present contract in Udine expires in 2014, met with Bianconeri officials on Friday to discuss a renewal.
“I’m staying at Udinese,” the club captain told Udinese Channel after talks with owner Giampaolo Pozzo.
“I will end my playing career with this club. I’ll meet with Gino Pozzo next week when I will put pen to paper.”
The 2004 signing from Empoli, an Italian international, scored 23 goals in 33 League games during the 2012-13 campaign.
Di Natale is expected to sign fresh terms until 2015.
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