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Arsenal star's Serie A link dismissed

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Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri will not be leaving the club this summer, according to his agent, reports skysports.com.

A host of clubs have been linked with the Frenchman following an excellent season in Barclays Premier League, and the player's representative has moved quickly to dismiss any chance of a move away.

The Gunners are still in the hunt for the league title, and according to Alain Migliaccio, the French international will be around to fight for more trophies in the coming years.

"An interest from AC Milan? Today these are only rumours, nobody has contacted me," Migliaccio told calciomercato.it.

"I don't think it is impossible, but nobody has talked with me.

 

"Would he like to play in Italy in the future? Why not?

"AC Milan, Juventus and Inter Milan are all great clubs, but now Samir is really good in Arsenal and I think he will not move from London."

Arsene Wenger will be keen not to allow many of his squad to leave the Emirates Stadium, after a season where the club have fought competitively on four fronts this season.

Nasri has been the centre of Arsenal's success this season, and his contribution at the heart of the Gunners midfield has been key to their progress domestically and in Europe.

The 23-year-old has scored 14 goals this season for Arsenal and has become one of the division's finest play makers after a string of superb displays.

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