Dzeko has previously admitted that he felt he could be the player sold if City decide to bring in a new attacker, but he has played a key role this season and has a deal with the club until 2015.
He remains committed to City and keen to stay, despite ongoing speculation linking the Bosnia-Herzegovina international with a move elsewhere.
Inter Milan are among the clubs to have been credited with an interest, but Dzeko's representative Irfan Redzepagic says he has not been approached by anyone.
The agent told tuttomercatoweb.com: "Are Inter Milan interested in him for next summer? I know nothing.
"Inter have never contacted me and I think the answer would be obvious.
"Edin is happy at Manchester City and he's not going to move from there, neither in January nor in summer.
"He still has two-and-a half years on his contract and there is no reason to talk about the future. And then I repeat: neither Inter nor any other club have called me. "