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Cameroon striker insists there is no dispute whatsoever with his new boss as he rejects speculation over a supposed disagreement during pre-season preparations

Samuel Eto'o has denied reports of a fall out with Inter coach Gian Piero Gasperini - as Goal.com revealed on Thursday.

Reports from Italy suggested the Manchester City target had an argument with his coach during preparations for Saturday's Supercoppa Italiana against AC Milan.

Following the speculation on Thursday, an Inter source told Goal.com the supposed argument was rubbish.

And now Eto'o has rejected reports he had a heated confrontation with the coach, and underlined there was never any disagreement.

"I have never had an argument with Gasperini," Eto'o told La Repubblica.

"We spoke about tactics and technical things which is normal between a coach and a player, especially when both have worked for a short time and we have to get to know each other.

"Both [of us] have to know the technical needs of the team and make them possible for the interests of the squad."

Inter will face AC Milan at the Beijing National Stadium in China on Saturday.

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