Inter have made no approach to Guus Hiddink, the agent of the Turkish national boss has revealed.
The Dutchman has been suggested as a possible successor to Leonardo at San Siro, but Cees Van Nieuwenhuizen claims he's received no call from the Italian giants.
"We have never spoken with President Massimo Moratti," the representative told Gazzetta.it.
"He has a deal until 2012 so, for the time being, there is no chance that he will take charge of Inter.
"Hiddink has a contract with Turkey so, before any talks, Moratti must first express his interest to the Turkish FA.
"The only way that Hiddink would evaluate a Nerazzurri offer is if an agreement can be reached between Inter and Turkey.
"However, Hiddink is a professional and he has never broken a contract in his entire career."
Inter have already failed in their attempts to net former Chile national tactician Marcelo Bielsa and England boss Fabio Capello.
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