Italian international Thiago Motta has no desire to leave Inter this summer, his agent has underlined.
"Thiago Motta wants to remain with Internazionale and he wants to extend his contract," Dario Canovi told Top Calcio 24.
"However, if the club want to sell him then we'll evaluate every possible option that there is out there."
Roma and Russian giants Zenit have been paired with the 29-year-old former Barcelona player.
Motta joined Inter in the summer of 2009 when he and Diego Milito moved from Genoa for an undisclosed fee.
The Brazilian-born Azzurri international still has two years to run on his present Stadio Meazza deal.
New boss Gian Piero Gasperini worked with the South American at Genoa during the 2008-09 campaign.
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