Udinese defender Danilo remains committed to the club, despite rumoured interest from Serie A rivals Inter.
The 29-year-old had been linked with a move to San Siro, having built a reputation as one of the best defenders in the Italian top-flight since arriving from Palmeiras in 2011.
However, the Brazilian claims he has no plans to move, and that he is committed to the cause at the Stadio Friuli.
“No club has made an offer to buy me and my agent hasn’t told me of any interest from Inter,” Danilo confirmed to TuttoUdinese.
“At this point I will stay at Udinese and it will not be reluctantly – I feel good and had a good season last time.
“I hope to repeat that and continue to grow.”
Francesco Guidolin’s side enjoyed a strong campaign last season as they finished in fifth, ensuring qualification for the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round.