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09/01/2017 - 10:12 BST

Agent Rules Out Move This Month For Arsenal and West Ham Linked Striker


Carlos Bacca's agent has ruled out any chance of his client quitting AC Milan in this month's transfer window.

The Rossoneri hitman has been linked with both Arsenal and West Ham United, however there is also interest from a clutch of clubs in China, who are prepared to make Bacca incredibly rich if he agrees to join the booming Chinese Super League.

But Bacca's suitors are set to be disappointed as his agent insists that the striker, who scored AC Milan's winner against Cagliari on Sunday, will not be leaving the San Siro.

Sergio Barila was asked by Tutto Mercato if Bacca's strike ends talk of him leaving this month and replied: "Absolutely.

"Bacca is happy at Milan and the club are satisfied with his performances", he continued.

"There is no reason to leave."

Nevertheless, Barila concedes there is serious interest in his client, not least from China.

"There are many teams interested in Bacca.

"Some Chinese clubs have offered important contracts, but the desire of my client is to play for Milan.

"Wearing the Rossoneri [shirt] makes him happy."

Bacca scored 20 goals in all competitions for AC Milan last season and was chased intently over the summer transfer window by West Ham.

He however turned down a proposal from the Hammers despite the Premier League side agreeing a fee with AC Milan for his services.