Inter Milan deny they have been in contact with Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola about becoming their new manager.
Italian giants also claim that they have not spoken to Carlos Tevez
Inter Milan have denied that they have been in contact with Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola about becoming their new manager.
The club have also dismissed claims that they have spoken to out-of-favour Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.
Guardiola has been in Brescia during the international break, meeting with old friends that he knew during his time at the Serie B club.
The 40-year-old's future is unclear and reports in Italy suggested that Guardiola could become the successor to Claudio Ranieri, who only took over in September.
But Inter president Massimo Moratti says he has not been in touch, telling Telelombardia
: "Guardiola? Absolutely not. Some people are asking me about this, but we have not met each other."
Meanwhile, Tevez, who is currently in Argentina amidst ongoing talks between his representatives and Manchester City over his future, is also rumoured to be a target for Inter.
Tevez has not played for Roberto Mancini's side since their Carling Cup win over Birmingham in September after being fined two weeks' wages by City following an incident at the UEFA Champions League tie with Bayern Munich.
But Moratti has also denied the link with the 27-year-old, saying: "I honestly don't know where he is, probably in South America."