Inter Milan President Beppe Marotta says that there have been “no offers” for midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu this summer.

The Nerazzurri executive spoke to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews. He also was coy on links between Inter and Genoa forward Albert Gudmundsson.

Perhaps the most high profile transfer rumours concerning Inter this summer have revolved around Calhanoglu.

Last week, there was a brief firestorm of rumours linking the Turkish international to Bayern Munich.

Reportedly, the German giants have been in contact with Calhanoglu’s agent.

And there were further rumours that Bayern would be ready to make an offer to Inter to pay a very high fee for the 30-year-old former AC Milan and Bayer Leverkusen midfielder.

However, Calhanoglu then addressed the rumours very directly.

The Turk made a statement on his Instagram account. He made it very clear that he is happy at Inter, and he has zero intention of leaving the club.

This seemed to very quickly quiet what had been a very eventful few days in terms of rumours about Calhanoglu’s future.

Inter President Marotta: “No Offers For Hakan Calhanoglu”

Regarding Calhanoglu’s situation, Marotta said that “To tell you the truth, we haven’t gotten any offers.”

“But we welcome Calhanoglu’s statement,” he continued.

“It makes us proud. It strengthens the sense that this is where he belongs.”

Meanwhile, Inter President Marotta also gave his thoughts on Genoa forward Albert Gudmundsson.

The Icelandic international is reportedly one of the Nerazzurri’s main targets in attack this summer.

However, he will not come cheap, and Inter may have to offload players in order to sign him.

“We all know Gudmundsson is a good player,” Marotta said of the Genoa forward.

“But our attack looks good the way that it is.”

In conclusion Marotta added: “We’ve started negotiations for the goalkeeper.”

Referring to Genoa keeper Josep Martinez, who Inter are reportedly close to signing this summer.