The Indonesian businessman now controls 70 per cent of the Nerazzurri and the Italian media have been speculating about possible reinforcements.
“There is no chance of a move,” Donato Di Campli told FC Inter News when asked about the Beneamata’s alleged interest.
“That is because the player is not on the transfer market and hasn’t been since he arrived at PSG. They won’t sell him.
“It is clear that the player would like to return to Italy one day, but not now.
“I have never received a call from Inter,” added the representative. “If they want him then they have to contact PSG and not me.”
The 20-year-old playmaker is in his second season in the French capital after leaving Pescara for €12m (£10.15m) in the summer of 2012.
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