The agent of Thiago Motta insists there is nothing to suggest that his client will be leaving Internazionale.
Although Dario Canovi accepts that there may be interest in the midfielder, he maintains no offer has been made for his services.
"There is nothing to report," the representative told Itasportpress.it when questioned about the 29-year-old.
"There is a lot of talk about interest from Milan, Genoa and Zenit. That may well be true, but there is nothing concrete.
"As a result, Thiago Motta is an Inter player."
Motta joined Inter in the summer of 2009 when he and Diego Milito moved from Genoa for an undisclosed fee.
The Brazilian-born Italian international still has two years to run on his present Stadio Meazza contract.
It has been claimed that Inter could consider his sale if an interested party were to offer €13m for his signature.
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