Matias Vecino might not be heading out of Inter after all, according to a leading Italian broadcaster.

The midfielder was widely expected to leave the Nerazzurri after four seasons, as the club look to offload squad players and cut their wage bill.

However, Rai Sport’s Ciro Venerato has now claimed that Vecino received a phone call recently from Inter’s new boss Simone Inzaghi.

Inzaghi told the Uruguay international: “I believe in you and you’ll stay in my project.”

Inter are obliged to end the summer transfer window with a big profit, but it won’t be easy to do that without selling star players.

The Nerazzurri’s directors must work to offload their fringe players and loan men, especially those who are on high salaries.

While Vecino now seems likely to stay, Arturo Vidal is far closer to the exit door after receiving an offer from Mexico.

The report did not specify which club, but another source today revealed he was receiving interest from Club America and it is probably them.