Inter have already made it clear to Napoli that they will not be allowing Matias Vecino to leave the club this summer, especially not on a loan deal, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As was reported by Niccolo Ceccarini for Tuttomercatoweb, Inter now look set to do what they can to keep Matias Vecino at the club despite him being earmarked by many as a player who could be sold to raise funds.

Napoli have been known to be interested in the Uruguayan for some time now but their initial proposal appears to have been for a loan move. This does not interest Inter at all because if they are to lose the midfielder, they need to get some money for him.

Inter needs to end the market with a profit of around €80 million so loaning players out who could be of use to the squad is not wise.