The agent of Sulley Muntari has responded to talk suggesting that his client is set to leave Inter for Napoli.
The Ghanaian is being paired with a January switch to the Stadio San Paolo, but Marco Odisio has cooled the rumours.
"I've received nothing official up until now," Odisio told Radio CRC on Monday afternoon.
"However, it's certainly nice to hear that a club like Napoli are interested in Muntari. He would certainly positively evaluate such a possibility.
"At the moment the player is considering some foreign offers, where he wants to go and play, but Napoli would really be an important alternative.
"Muntari's contract is running out at Inter and it would certainly suit Napoli to sign him on a permanent basis."
The international, born in August 1984, is back at San Siro after spending the first six months of 2011 on loan at Sunderland.
He initially joined the Nerazzurri in 2008 from Portsmouth after the Italian club failed in their bid to sign Frank Lampard.
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