Inter goalkeeper Andrei Radu wants to stay at his current club, and has declined offers coming from other teams in Serie A.

This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that the 24-year-old does not want a move to either Hellas Verona or Udinese.

It is thought that the Romanian had been considering a move to Spanish side Real Sociedad, with the club having been in advanced talks with the Nerazzurri over his sale, but that the deal fell through and La Real moved on to other targets.

The goalkeeper’s future at the Giuseppe Meazza remains unclear now, with the club hoping to sort out there goalkeeping situation for both the immediate and long-term future.

Current Number One Samir Handanovic is set to remain the first-choice option for next season, but the Slovenian turns 37 this week and the Nerazzurri would like to work on finding a long-term replacement for him.

Should Radu stay on, he would remain behind Handanovic in the pecking order, although it is not clear whether he would be seen as a viable option to replace the Slovenian in the long term.