Roberto Tukada confirmed that Spurs have been tracking the Japanese international for the past 12 months.
But he says Nagatomo is content at the San Siro and is keen to commit his future to the club for the long-term.
"Tottenham have been following him for a while but there is nothing more than that," Tukada said as reported by talkSPORT.
"He still has more than two years left on his contract with Inter and we want to renew.
"I think we will talk during the summer. The player is happy at Inter and there is no reason to think he will change teams."
The report claims Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood is already looking forward to this summer, and he has a number of targets in mind as he looks to shape his own squad.
Since taking over from Andre Villas-Boas, Sherwood has won seven of the last 10 matches and Spurs are right back in the mix for a top four spot.
They beat Newcastle 4-0 away from home on Wednesday day, with new goalscoring hero Emmanuel Adebayor once again among the goals.
He found the target twice against the Magpies.