Tottenham midfielder Sandro insists he has no desire to leave White Hart Lane, despite reported interest from Inter Milan and Roma, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Italian giants thought they could persuade the Brazilian midfielder to make the switch to Serie A, following the recent turmoil around Tottenham following the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas.
Spurs have no desire to sell the man widely regarded as their best midfielder, and have placed a price tag of £30million on his head.
And Sandro himself – who is currently struggling with a calf injury sustained in the 5-0 defeat to Liverpool which cost AVB his job – has insisted he has no desire to leave the club.
“I have heard that Inter and Roma want me but I’m happy here at Spurs. I have had no concrete contact with anyone and nor do I want any, although, of course, it is nice to be appreciated.”
He added: “Of course we still want to win the Premier League. For now, though, the real goal is a place in next season’s Champions League. I felt for Andre but everyone knows that in football it is results that matter.”