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Eto'o agent ponders 'big offer'

Samuel Eto'o could leave Inter Milan if the club receive an "indecent proposal", according to the striker's agent.

• Eto'o rules out Inter exit

Eto'o has been linked with a move away from Inter this summer after Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini admitted to his interest in the forward.

Inter, however, have insisted they wish to retain the Cameroon international's services, while the player has stated he is happy at the San Siro.

"Inter have stated that they are happy and proud that Samuel is one of their players and he appreciated that," agent Claudio Vigorelli told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"He's said the same thing to president Massimo Moratti. The truth is that they are happy to stay together and they will, so long as nothing changes between now and the end of August.

"What may change? Inter could receive a big offer for Eto'o, let's say an indecent proposal, that up until now hasn't arrived.

"Inter are not going out and looking for offers and neither is Eto'o, but nothing is to be excluded in football.

"If a big offer was to come in then the president and Samuel will go and have a coffee together, then we'll see what happens."

Eto'o, 30, joined Inter from Barcelona in 2009 and won a memorable Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League treble a year later.

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