Inter have rejected an offer from Tottenham of €12m plus Roberto Soldado for Fredy Guarin, reports claim.
The Colombia international looks to be surplus to requirements at San Siro after trying to leave the club in January.
The midfielder attempted to force his way to Juventus during the winter window, but that was quashed by President Erick Thohir.
The bad blood between the owner and the player seems to have maintained over the months however, and rumours that Guarin will be sold this summer are ever-present.
Juve are thought to see the former Porto man as a replacement for Arturo Vidal, should he move to Manchester United later this month.
However Tuttosport report this morning the Spurs have tabled an offer for the 28-year-old that has been turned down by the Nerazzurri.
The Premier League outfit apparently offered Soldado plus €12m for Guarin, but Thohir is holding out for somewhere nearer €20m.
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