Inter president Massimo Moratti believes Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be staying at the club after the striker claimed his future is at the San Siro.
Earlier this week 'Ibra' told Expressen that his future is with the Nerazzurri following speculation linking him with a move to Barcelona. Moratti has taken confidence from the striker's words and he feels the powerful hitman will not be leaving this summer. Moratti was also backed up by director Lele Oriali.
"There have not been any convincing proposals so far [for Ibrahimovic]. I read the interview and it seems he has taken himself off the market," Moratti is quoted as saying in La Gazzetta Dello Sport.
"It seems as if Ibrahimovic is staying close to the club. Sometimes it's the agents who control the players."
Oriali also backed Moratti's claims, telling Telelombardia his feelings over both Ibrahimovic and Maicon.
"Maicon and Ibrahimovic will not leave, like I have always said," stated the director.
Both men have been heavily linked with lucrative exits recently, but the voices coming from Via Durini suggest they are staying.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com