The list of clubs interested in signing Stephan El Shaarawy continues to grow, but he’ll see out the season at Milan.
“Vice-President Adriano Galliani and Coach Massimiliano Allegri have already said that the boy will not be leaving,” agent Roberto La Florio told TMW.
“Despite the fact that he continues to be liked by a lot of Serie A sides, he will remain with the Rossoneri.”
The attacker, co-owned with Genoa, moved to Milanello during the summer but has struggled to feature regularly.
A temporary move away from San Siro has been mentioned as a possibility for January in order to give the 19-year-old more playing time.
El Shaarawy, born to an Italian mother and Egyptian father, has scored one goal in seven Serie A appearances so far this season.
He caught the eye last term in the Italian Second Division after netting nine times in 29 games for Padova.
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