Cristian Chivu's agent has rejected rumours linking the Inter Milan defender with a move to Turkey.
Reports have suggested Inter could allow Chivu to cancel his contract to enable him to move to Turkey.
Inter are thought to be willing to let Chivu leave as they look to trim their squad and reduce their wage bill.
However, the Romanian's agent, Victor Becali, claims Chivu wants to stay at Inter and end his career with the Nerazzurri.
"They are only rumours", Becali told Italian press. "The only time I heard proposals from Turkey it has been last season.
"Chivu wants to respect until the end his deal with Inter and ending his career with Nerazzurri."
Meanwhile, Sao Paulo's vice-president Joao Paulo de Jesus Lopes has ruled out selling Wellington to Inter.
Reports emanating from Italy have claimed Inter are weighing up a move for Wellington, but Sao Paulo are determined to keep hold of the highly-rated midfielder.
"Inter Milan have not made any official offer and even if they do, we won't accept," Lopes told Globo Esporte. "We don't have any intention of letting Wellington go, he is a very promising player and we all like him a lot at Sao Paulo."
"He has gained recognition, he is always paid when it's due and we are calm regarding Wellington."