Giuseppe Rossi will not necessarily turn down Inter if they don't qualify for Champions League, says agent

The Italy international's representative conceded that his client would be open to a move to the Nerazzurri, but the striker is focusing on his recovery from injury for now
Federico Pastorello, the agent of Villarreal attacker Giuseppe Rossi, has admitted that the Italy international would be interested in a summer transfer to Inter.

The 25-year-old attacker was being heavily linked with the Nerazzurri and Juventus in the summer of 2011, but a transfer never materialised. However, Rossi's representative has revealed that his client still maintains hope of joining a big club.

"Giuseppe has never hidden the fact that he dreams of playing for a top club. We consider Inter to be a top top club, but he would like to play in the Champions League. However, that doesn't necessarily mean he would turn down Inter even if they don't qualify," Pastorello said to Sky Sport.

The forward's agent then went on to say that Rossi's focus currently lies on recovering from the knee injury that has kept him out of action since October 2011.

"It has unfortunately been a negative season for Giuseppe so far due to the knee injury. At the moment, he is solely focusing on recovering, and he might still play some Liga games this term."

Rossi has a contract with Villarreal until the summer of 2016.