Football agent Giuseppe Bozzo has discussed the futures of clients Antonio Cassano, Fabio Quagliarella and Alberto Gilardino.
Speaking with Radio CRC on Wednesday, the representative responded to the whispers of the transfer market, starting with Milan ace Cassano.
"Cassano isn't on the market and that is the truth," he said when asked about the new links with Napoli.
"Napoli is a great destination, it is a beautiful place to play football and live, but Cassano is staying at Milan. It may be less sunny up there, but he is happy nonetheless.
"Antonio will remain because that is what his contract says and because of the meetings I have had with the club.
"Although nothing is impossible, Milan have never told me that they want to get rid of the player and Antonio doesn't want to leave."
Turning his attention to Quagliarella, he expects Juventus to complete his capture this summer after signing him on loan last term.
"Quagliarella is a Juventus player. Napoli sold him and that is the end of it," he continued. "There is already a deal in place, now Juventus have to do the rest.
"I'm not aware that Juve want to include any players in the process to sign him outright."
Napoli have also been associated with Fiorentina ace Gilardino, but Bozzo totally dismissed such an option.
"Gilardino to Napoli is not possible because the Azzurri already have a great striker in the shape of Edinson Cavani, so they don't need another in Gilardino.
"I'd also like to make it clear that Alberto hasn't offered himself to Napoli."