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Manchester United transfer target happy at Inter Milan

Guarin is keen to stay at the San Siro (©GettyImages)
Guarin is keen to stay at the San Siro (©GettyImages).

The agent of Inter Milan ace Fredy Guarin has rubbished reports linking his client with a move to Manchester United this summer. 

The former FC Porto man has been strongly linked with a move to Old Trafford in the Italian press this summer, whilst Andre Villas-Boas's Tottenham are also rumoured to be tracking the movements of the Colombian.

And it is not only Premier League clubs that are following his developments - Anzhi Makhachkala are also interested in acquiring his services for next season.

The Inter Milan midfielder made the move to Italy last season after spending four seasons with Portuguese giants FC Porto. Guarin made 63 appearances for Porto, scoring four goals. It was his versatility in midfield that began to attract the interest of European teams, and Guarin joined Inter for a fee of £13m. 

But despite the continental interest developing in Guarin, his agent Marcelo Ferreyra has insisted that the 26-year-old is happy playing his football in Italy with Inter Milan. 

"He wants to stay at Inter," he told he told FCInterNews. "He is happy here and wants to become a champion with those colours. Manchester United, Tottenham and Anzhi are not part of our plans.

"We are not interested in joining other clubs. My player wants to win with Inter. Does the club want to sell him? That is not what I've heard." 

Guarin, in his first season with Inter, made 32 appearances for the Nerazzurri, scoring four goals.

The Inter fans have been pleased with the performances of Guarin, with the Colombian so far replacing former playmaker Thiago Motta to good effect. 

 

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