Sampdoria have reiterated their determination to keep hold of playmaker Antonio Cassano.
The Italy international has made a big impact for Sampdoria since joining the club on loan from Real Madrid in 2007.
He made the switch permanent 12 months ago and continued to impress in an otherwise disappointing 2008/9 campaign for Sampdoria.
Cassano has been linked with a move to Inter Milan but Samp president Riccardo Garrone insists he will not be going anywhere.
"Cassano will remain with us 100 per cent," Garrone told the Italian press.
"An out-of-this-world offer from Inter? I doubt it will arrive."
Cassano scored 12 times for Samp last term and set up a goal in his team's 2-1 triumph at Catania on Sunday.
"At this time, Cassano gives an added value to this team and we want to keep him," sporting director Giuseppe Marotta added.
"He is absolutely not for sale."