Inter striker Diego Forlan is not thinking about leaving San Siro in the summer, his agent has said.
The 32-year-old forward has struggled for fitness and form since joining Inter from Atletico Madrid in the summer, scoring two goals in 22 appearances for the Nerazzurri.
A summer exit has been suggested as a likely scenario, with Corinthians reportedly an interested party, but the Uruguay international's agent has guaranteed that his client wants to see out his contract, which expires in 2013.
"I hear a lot of things about Forlan's future and all the options he has, but his plan is to stay at Inter until his contract expires," Daniel Bolotnicoff told FCInternews.it.
"What he wants is to win things with this club. I can guarantee that he has not had any talks with any club.
"Diego is a player of Inter and he is thinking like one."
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