Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin wants to stay at his current club next season according to his agent
“We’re definitely not looking for a new home for Fredy, he’s extremely happy at Inter. He wants to stay in Milan, he has a great relationship with Coach [Roberto] Mancini, and he’s only thinking about doing well in a Nerazzurro shirt,” Ferreyra was quoted as saying in the Express.
“He wants to win in Milan. He has a contract which expires in 2017, and, as I’ve said, he wants to stay with Inter.
“His dream is to win with that shirt, and that’s all that’s on his mind.”
Guarin has however, been linked with Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester United over recent weeks.
Süper Lig outfit Fenerbahçe are also reported to have made an enquiry for the Colombian international.
Guarin has been left out of the Copa America Colombia national team squad due to injury and will miss the entire tournament.
The 28-year-old joined Inter on a £10 million move in 2012 and still has two-years left on his contract with the Serie A giants.
The Colombian international scored seven times in 37 appearances in all competitions for Roberto Manini’s side last season.