Diego Milito has been left 'bitter' by speculation over his future but has no plans to leave Inter Milan, according to his agent.
The Argentina international striker has been linked with a move to Real Madrid following the departure of Nerazzurri coach Jose Mourinho to Santiago Bernabeu.
Milito played an integral role in Inter's unprecedented treble success, scoring crucial goals as they claimed the UEFA Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia titles.
After his brace in the European showpiece against Bayern Munich, he appeared to suggest that his future could lie away from the Giuseppe Meazza.
But the talented forward's agent Fernando Hidalgo insists that his client remains committed to the Italian giants, although the past few days have left a sour taste.
"I've spoken a lot with Diego and he really doesn't feel good. He's really bitter," Hidalgo told Sky Italia.
"Inter may be disappointed, but we are too, because neither Milito nor me have caused any arguments.
"Diego always said there was an offer but also that he feels really good at Inter, where he has a deal that he wants to respect.
"Diego is bitter because he is being drawn like a player who doesn't think he has a future with the Nerazzurri."