Federico Dimarco’s agent has dismissed rumours Inter could sell the wing-back this summer.

Inter are due to recall Dimarco after a season-long loan at Hellas Verona, with whom he scored five goals and provided five assists last season.

Dimarco is reportedly attracting interest from Torino, who have hired Hellas Verona’s former boss Ivan Juric, albeit Inter would want €10 million to sell the 23-year-old.

But his agent Giuseppe Riso has quashed that talk anyway, telling Radio Radio (via FcInter1908.it) today: “Dimarco is staying at Inter.

“He’s coming off a great season (with Hellas Verona) and will remain with the Nerazzurri.”

Antonio Conte approved Dimarco’s return from Hellas Verona for the 2021-22 season, but he has now left and that could have an impact on Dimarco’s future as well.

Inter are open to the idea of selling Dimarco, as per a report today, but the Nerazzurri are likely to let Simone Inzaghi make a decision on his future first.

Dimarco helped Hellas Verona secured a 10th-place finish in Serie A with an excellent campaign on the left wing.