Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has rejected talk of a possible swap between Wesley Sneijder and Paris Saint-Germain star Javier Pastore.
Reports in Italy and France have claimed that Inter and PSG could agree to the swap as Sneijder and Pastore face uncertain futures at their respective clubs.
Sneijder is involved in a contract dispute with Inter as he has refused to sign a new deal on reduced terms, while Pastore has failed to impress at PSG since his big-money arrival from Palermo in the summer of 2011.
However, Moratti insists Inter have no interest in swapping Sneijder for Pastore with the Inter chief insisting the row with the Dutchman has been blown out of proportion by the media.
"An exchange between Pastore and Sneijder? No, we'll keep Wesley, as he is the best out there," Moratti told Sky Sport Italia.
"There has already been too much talk about Sneijder. The problem is in the media more than anything else and I have an excellent rapport with the lad.
"When he returns to the disposal of Andrea Stramaccioni, he will be an added bonus for the squad."