Diego Milito has committed his future to Inter amidst speculation that he could soon be on the move.
The Argentine is being linked with a San Siro exit after being paired with Genoa, Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain since the start of November.
“I don’t read the newspapers,” the South American striker underlined. “All that I know is that Inter are my home and I’ll be staying.”
Milito, 32, has been struggling to impress this season and he has even been dropped for form reasons by new boss Claudio Ranieri.
The former Racing Club player joined Inter in the summer of 2009 after his 24 goals in 31 Serie A games for Genoa.
In 64 League games for the Nerazzurri, he’s scored 30 goals – even if 22 of those came in his debut San Siro campaign.
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