Italian giants AC Milan have firmly played down talks that they are in the process of finding a replacement for Vicenzo Montella, and are not looking into possibility of luring Antonio Conte away from Chelsea.
Last month the Italian was reported to have told a radio station that he has "a longing" to return to his homeland and is not keen to "stay overseas for too long".
Mirabelli, though, insists that is not the case, telling Radio Rossonera: "We already have a manager and we are not thinking of Conte nor about other managers". I did an interview two weeks ago and I am sure the translation was wrong because all I said was that one day in the future I'd like to go back to Italy.
"You know very well my position".
The Premier League title victor has also revealed his family have finally made the move to London and there are no plans to make a U-turn any time soon. I have two years of my contract and I am happy to work at this club.
'I like to have this great feeling with our fans, our supporters and I don't see problems.
"Sometimes we want to create this type of situation". My daughter goes to school here in Cobham.
"Every coach when they start the work they want to stay for a long time and build something important".
'But I always say our job is very hard and it is very odd because one day you are the best and another day you stay at your home'.
During the summer, Conte penned a new deal with the Blues that increased his wages but didn't change the length of the contract, causing many to believe that Conte may not remain at Chelsea in the long run.