Diego Milito has again silenced speculation that he’s coming towards the end of his Inter career.
The Argentine international has been paired with Paris Saint-Germain and Genoa, amongst other clubs, following some recent San Siro struggles.
Milito, however, has insisted that he plans to remain with the Nerazzurri until his contract expires in June 2014.
“I'm definitely staying,” the South American made it clear. “I have a contract and I'm very happy here at Inter.
“I have a great relationship with the club.
“Obviously it doesn't only depend on me, but I really don't think there are any problems.”
Milito is 32 and joined the Beneamata in 2009 after a stunning second spell at Genoa during the previous campaign.
The former Racing man has scored three goals in six Serie A games, as well as one in five Champions League ties, so far this term.
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