But Cissokho’s agent, Fabrizio Ferrari, admits his client would be keen on a move to Italy.
“I have read about this rumour, but there is nothing truthful about it,” Ferrari told Calciomercato.it. “I have had absolutely no contact with the Juventus directors.
“Aly is really interested in a move to Italy, but Milan is the team he would want to play for.
“The negotiations went up in smoke, but it was not his fault. Another solution by the club was chosen.
“I must say that I spoke with several people, and they did not seem interested in the technical characteristics of Cissokho. But in football, you can never say never, and people’s positions can change.”