Moratti denies link with Bielsa
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.''