It has been suggested that the Nerazzurri would consider cashing in on the highly-rated Colombia international but his representative has denied the reportsFredy Guarin's agent has revealed that his client wants to remain at Inter - despite persistent talk of a move away from San Siro.
The Colombia international has been linked with Premier League duo Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, as well as wealthy Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala, with reports suggesting that the Nerazzurri are open to cashing in on one of their most prized assets in order to fund new coach Walter Mazzarri's overhaul of a squad that finished ninth last season.
However, Guarin's representative, Marcelo Ferreyra, says that the versatile midfielder has no desire to leave Appiano Gentile.
"He wants to stay at Inter," the agent told Internews.it. "He's happy and he wants to become a champion in their colours.
"Manchester United, Tottenham and Anzhi are not part of our sporting project. Going to other clubs doesn't interest us.
"My client wants to win in the shirt of Inter."
The 26-year-old Guarin joined the Nerazzurri from Porto - initially on loan - during last year's January transfer window.