Huntelaar to stay with AC Milan
Monday 01 February 2010
Holland striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar is to stay at AC Milan for the rest of the season.
Huntelaar, 26, has been linked with a move to the Barclays Premier League having failed to set the world alight at Milan, scoring three goals in 12 league games since his summer move from Real Madrid.
He said: "I have decided to remain at Milan because there are so many people here with whom I have built a great rapport.
"And I am happy in this club."
Former Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini, a reported target of Manchester City, has also indicated he will staying in Milan.
"There are so many clubs that have shown an interest in my services," the 25-year-old told the club's official website, www.acmilan.com.
"But for the time being, I am happy here."
AC Milan have said that neither player will be leaving during the winter transfer market.
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