Inter Milan playmaker Wesley Sneijder has committed his future to the Italian giants.
The Dutchman, who helped guide Holland to the World Cup final last summer, has been linked with a move away from the club after a season of discontent at the San Siro.
But Sneijder has played down a move away, news that will frustrated Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United, who all had their eye on the midfielder.
"Milan is marvellous, picturesque and full of elegance. I love it," Sneijder told the Inter website.
"At the moment I am very happy here and I don't see why I should leave."
Chelsea are looking at a squad overhaul this summer, after again failing in their attempt to win the Champions League and falling short in the Premier League title race.
City are also looking make ground in the league, while they face a run in the Champions League after finishing third in the league.
United meanwhile are looking to replace the returning Paul Scholes, and saw Sneijder as the ideal man to fit the bill.
All three clubs, City, Chelsea and United, would have been able to offer Sneijder Champions League, but with the trio unable to meet Sneijder's wage demands, the player looks set to stay at Inter.