The agent of Inter forward Diego Milito has categorically ruled out the possibility of a January transfer.
The Argentine is being paired with a San Siro exit, with reports this week suggesting that a post-Christmas move to Paris Saint-Germain was a serious possibility.
However, questioned by the Corriere dello Sport, representative Fernando Hidalgo insists that the forward will continue wearing the Nerazzurri shirt this season.
“Diego won’t be moving because he wants to get back to his levels of two seasons ago with the club,” Hidalgo noted.
“The idea of changing clubs in January will not even be taken into consideration,” the agent continued.
“If things don’t go well this season then we may consider a different solution in the summer, but not before then.”
Milito, 32, joined the Stadio Meazza outfit in 2009 from Genoa and responded with a goal-packed first campaign.
In Serie A, he grabbed 22 goals in 35 games, two in five Coppa Italia ties and six goals in 11 Champions League encounters. Inter won all three competitions.
However, Milito struggled last season after netting just eight goals in 32 games. This term he’s celebrated just four in 13 so far.