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The agent of Alex Song has moved to play down speculation linking the Arsenal midfielder with a summer move to Inter Milan.
The Serie A giants are thought to be keen on luring Song to Italy on the back of his impressive season with the Gunners.
The 24-year-old, who joined Arsenal from Bastia in 2005, has two years left to run on his current contract though reports suggest the Gunners could offer him a new long-term deal.
Song's agent, Christophe Mongai, says he has had no contact with Inter and expects his client to remain with Arsene Wenger's side.
"I don't know anything about these rumours but I can assure you that I've never had contact with (Inter sporting director Marco) Branca or with the other Inter leaders," he told interlive.it.
Asked if Song wants to play in Italy in the future, he added: "Yes, but Alex is one of the most important Arsenal players as is clear from the fact that Wenger always starts him. So I don't think the Gunners are going to sell him during the summer transfer window."