Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti insists Diego Milito will not be following Jose Mourinho out the exits.
Inter appear destined to part with their Portuguese coach this summer, with it becoming increasingly likely that he will be off to Real Madrid.
Mourinho's imminent departure has cast doubt over the future of many of those he is leaving behind, with Inter wary of allowing the cream of their crop to join him in Spain.
That includes Argentine frontman Milito, who has been a revelation for the Nerazzurri this season.
The South American took his tally for the season to 30 with a brace in Saturday's 2-0 victory over Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League final.
Milito also scored vital goals in the Coppa Italia final and Serie A title run-in, helping Inter to land an unprecedented Treble.
He only moved to Giuseppe Meazza last summer, penning a four-year contract, but that has not stopped speculation from linking him with a move elsewhere.
Milito did little to curb the rumours when he admitted after Saturday's continental success that he did not know where his future will lie.
Moratti, though, is adamant that he will be staying in Italy and claims he has no intention of listening to bids for the talented 30-year-old.
"I only say one thing, there's a difference between Milito and our coach, Mourinho," Moratti told the club's official website.
"Mourinho has a clause in his contract by which if the clause is exercised, he can leave.
"However, Milito doesn't and hence, the discussion is over."