Fredy Guarin has no plans to leave Inter and is looking forward to continuing his development at the club under new manager Walter Mazzarri.
The midfielder made 47 appearances for the club last season, some of them as an emergency striker, and scored 10 goals under Andrea Stramaccioni.
The departure of Stramaccioni and appointment of Mazzarri has seen speculation mount regarding Guarin’s future, with Tottenham reportedly showing an interest in the Colombian, but he insists he wants to stay at the San Siro and continue his development.
Inter struggled in Serie A under Stramaccioni, finishing a lowly ninth, meaning there will be no European football, but the performance of the 26-year-old gave some cause for optimism in an otherwise disappointing season.
Despite a disappointing first full season at Inter, Guarin is not concerned and is looking forward to progressing under the manager who guided Napoli to second in the table behind champions Juventus.
“I won’t be leaving,” the former Porto midfielder told Futbol Total. “I will be staying at Inter.
“I still have a lot to learn and I only joined Inter about a year ago anyway.
“Inter are a great club with a great squad. I am playing my football in Milan with the intention of making history.”