Serie A side Inter Milan haven't made an approach for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Thiago Motta, according to the player's agent.
The veteran midfielder is expected to leave Paris this summer, after confirming earlier this week that he feels his time is up at the Ligue 1 champions.
The 32-year-old has been with PSG for three years, after arriving from Inter back in 2012. Since making the move, Motta has made 85 Ligue 1 appearances for Laurent Blanc's side, scoring six goals in the process.
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Despite being a regular in Blanc's team, Motta knows that his time in France is almost up, due to younger players coming through and a wealth of options in the centre at the club.
Motta spent three years at the San Siro with Inter before moving to PSG, where he made 55 Serie A appearances, but according to his agent, his former-club haven't made contact about a potential reunion.
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According to reports, Premier League trio Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing the 32-year-old, but his agent Alessandro Canovi has confirmed that no club has made a formal move for his client.
“No not a single offer, not Inter, nor Atletico (Madrid),” he told Get French Football News.
“There are no official offers for Thiago Motta. What Thiago said was very clear and very simple.
"Before the US Tour we spoke with PSG and when they return we will see what happens."
These comments come just a few days after Motta himself confirmed that his future may be away from Paris despite being happy at the club.
"It would be more comfortable to stay, but I wouldn't be honest with myself, nor the club, which I have grown to love"
Motta Ready To Move
"I get the impression that a cycle is coming to an end for me," he said.
"I have given and received so much.
"It would be more comfortable to stay, but I wouldn't be honest with myself, nor the club, which I have grown to love.
"It's not a question of money, but of motivation."
Motta won six trophies during his stay in Italy, before moving to France and winning a further eight with PSG.
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