Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini wants to remain at the club despite transfer speculation, according to his agent.
The Italy international has reportedly attracted interest from Premier League clubs Manchester United and Manchester City, after a series of solid performances for Juve in recent seasons.
However, the big defender's agent Davide Lippi says he intends to stay with the Old Lady, although would like an increased wage.
"George wants to stay at Juventus, but must adjust his salary because he's a big player and should earn like that. We hope to resolve the situation before the World Cup," he told tuttomercatoweb.
Meanwhile, Lippi also commented on three of his other clients - Fiorentina midfielder Marco Donadel, Napoli midfielder Manuele Blasi, and Cagliari striker Nene.
He added: "Genoa and several other clubs like Donadel but he has a contract with Fiorentina, which expires in 2011.
"Blasi will return to Napoli. (Manager Walter) Mazzarri thinks he could give him another chance there.
"Nene? In January we had talked with AC Milan but now there's nothing. We'll see at the end of the season, because many clubs around Europe like him."