Milan have moved swiftly to deny reports that Gennaro Gattuso has played in his last city derby for the club.
Whispers regarding Gattuso's future have been circulating for some time, with reports that he could be tempted away by a big money offer from Russia.
However, after playing in Saturday's 3-0 win over Inter, the Rossoneri insist that the 2006 World Cup winner is not for sale.
"Rino Gattuso has a contract with Milan until 30 June, 2012, and neither the club nor the player is considering not respecting this agreement," Vice-President Adriano Galliani stated.
"We'll continue together next season as well, we with Gattuso and Gattuso with us.
"I wanted to make this clear once again to all, especially to our fans."
Gattuso, now 33, has been with the San Siro giants since his 1999 transfer from little Salernitana. He's won every competition with the club apart from the UEFA Cup.
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