Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has vehemently denied reports he is in talks with veteran coach Marcelo Bielsa.
Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Moratti is looking for a coaching change with current manager Leonardo considered as a better sporting director in the long run. Bielsa, the former Argentina boss and outgoing Chile coach, is a free agent.
"Let me clarify this, there has never been a telephone conversation,'' Moratti said on the club4s official website, www.inter.it. "We have a coach and he is good.''
Leonardo, who replaced sacked Rafael Benitez at the helm in December, led Inter to a runners-up finish in Serie A and the Coppa Italia title.
Moratti also spoke about his surprise at the recent remarks made by his Dutch winger Wesley Sneijder.
Sneijder, who has been a reported target of Chelsea this summer, was quoted as saying: "Only God knows if I will remain at Inter.''
Moratti said: "He said the previous day that he was more than happy to remain in the Inter family.''