Inter president Massimo Moratti has stressed the Giuseppe Meazza side are not in a battle with Roma for the signature of Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan.
Last month Nainggolan revealed to Goal that while Southampton had made the biggest offer for his services, they remain his "last choice" in terms of summer transfer destinations.
A number of recent reports have also suggested the Nerazzurri are keen to lure the Belgium international away from his current club this summer, but face stiff competition from Roma.
However, Moratti has downplayed his side's alleged interest in the 25-year-old.
"Nainggolan? I’m not sure if Inter are leading the chase for him. For now, we’re just looking," the Inter president told Sky Sport Italia.
"There’s no battle between us and Roma for his signature."
Nainggolan's contract with Cagliari runs out in June 2015, but Cagliari could opt to cash in on the midfielder this summer if a good offer comes in.