Juventus director Beppe Marotta has quelled suggestions that Mauricio Isla could leave the club this summer.
The Chilean has struggled since arriving from Udinese last summer, but speculation that he could seek pastures new has been denied by Marotta.
"Isla is our player. I'm not denying Inter's approach for him, but, with no substitute, he will remain ours," the official told Sky Sport Italia
"He's told us that he would like to stay and, with boss Antonio Conte's blessing, he is a Juventus player."
Isla has also been linked with a move to England.