There are no indications at this moment in time that Domenico Criscito will leave Genoa, his agent has declared.
The left-back is often the subject of transfer speculation and the latest whispers suggest that Lazio are keen on the defender.
However, Andrea D'Amico maintains that, as it stands, the 25-year-old will be going nowhere in the summer.
"At this time there are no negotiations taking place and therefore nothing new to report," D'Amico stated.
"I think that Domenico is the best Italian left-back around. As a result, I know that he is being monitored by the most important sides.
"But Mimmo is happy in Genoa despite the club's results over the past campaign. Let's just see what happens."
Genoa took total control of Criscito's contract last summer after he was co-owned with Italian giants Juventus.
He's since been linked again with the Old Lady, as well as Inter and Milan. He rejected a January move to Russian side Zenit.
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