Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o insists he has no interest in joining Inter Milan in the summer.
Cameroon international rubbishes transfer talk
Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o insists he has no interest in joining Inter Milan in the wake of renewed speculation surrounding his future.
The Cameroon international, who is currently on World Cup qualifying duty, has been persistently linked with a summer move away from the Camp Nou.
Inter are understood to be admirers, with boss Jose Mourinho a fan of the 28-year-old amongst plans for an overhaul of his aging squad, while Italian rivals AC Milan have also been credited with an interest.
However, Barcelona president Joan Laporta has previously stated that he does not want to see Eto'o leave and the player himself has now dismissed reports of an end-of-season exit.
"I am not aware of any interest from Inter," he said after Cameroon's 1-0 defeat to Togo on Saturday.
"I just lost an important match. I am not here to talk about transfer rumours.
"I am fine at Barcelona. I am enjoying my football."