"Milan President Silvio Berlusconi favours the technical aspects and wants to sign Ronaldinho, whereas Coach Carlo Ancelotti would like to sign me," Eto'o told Marca. "But you can tell Berlusconi from me, and I think I can also speak on behalf of Ronaldinho, that neither of us are leaving Barcelona."
Eto'o declared that he is pleased to welcome Henry to the team, as he believes his arrival will make the Catalan side even stronger, although no games will be taken for granted.
"I have told Titi that he has joined a great club, but that we are going to be under immense pressure because we cannot afford to lose any matches," he said.
"It is like that because we have to be the best, but football is not an exact science. We have to show respect for all our opponents."