The agent of Liverpool starlet Suso insists his client is happy to remain at Anfield, warning his suitors they must first approach the club with an official offer to have any hope of luring him away from Merseyside.
AC Milan have been heavily linked with a move for Suso, whose role at the club has faded during the last two seasons despite enjoying a role in the first team upon Brendan Rodgers' arrival as manager.
The 21-year-old attacking midfielder has made just one brief appearance off the bench for Liverpool in a season that has been hampered by injury and with his current contract set to expire next June, his future remains in doubt.
But the Spaniard's agent, Jaime Serra, has suggested his client is open to extending his deal, despite mounting interest from Serie A.
"Suso is a Liverpool player and his starting idea is to continue with Liverpool," Serra told MilanNews.it.
"If there is an interested team, they have to get in touch with the Reds and find an agreement with them. We don't reject any possibility and it would be a pleasure to play with Milan, but first an agreement has to be found with Liverpool because his main choice is to stay where he is."
However, clubs outside of England are free to open negotiations with Suso and his representatives from the 1 January, six months before its expiry date.
Serra said: "Milan asked me what the player's situation was and I explained his qualities. But Suso has a contract until 2015 and in January he can sign for whomever he likes."
Suso, who has represented Spain at every youth level, underwent surgery to address a groin problem in October, but revealed via his Instagram account in November that he is working with physios as he closes in on a return.