Inter Milan have no intentions of offloading Croatia international Ivan Perisic this summer, according to the Daily Star.
The Serie A outfit, who currently sit fourth in the Italian top-flight, 15 points adrift of defending champions Juventus at the summit, have been linked with selling the winger due to speculated interest from Premier League trio Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea (La Gazzetta dello Sport).
The 28-year-old, who has 55 international caps for his country, has scored seven goals and provided six assists in 29 appearances in all competitions for Inter so far this season.
Perisic, who arrived at the San Siro back in August 2015 following his move from Bundesliga side Wolfsburg, has scored 16 goals in 66 games overall for Inter.
However, the club’s sporting director, Piero Ausilio, reiterated the Croatian ace is not for sale.
“I do not think it is either Perisic’s or our intentions for him to leave,” he said.
“He is part of a massive project and we do not want to sell our players. We cannot envisage an Inter without Perisic.
“We are not going to get rid of our best players.”