Torino director Davide Vagnati has played down suggestions that centre-back Gleison Bremer is close to a move to Inter.
Bremer is understood to be on the radars of a number of top sides across Europe after winning Serie A's Defender of the Year award, with Inter one of many teams keeping a close eye on the 25-year-old Brazilian.
Some reports have gone as far as to suggest that Inter have already agreed a deal to sign Bremer as they prepare for an uncertain future surrounding Milan Skriniar, who has attracted plenty of interest himself from the likes of Paris Saint-Germain.
"He was the best in the league, he was voted for," Vagnati told Sky Sport Italia. "In addition to being a great defender, he is also an exceptional guy and a great leader.
"There are many clubs interested, but we will see. Inter are a possibility, but to say he is close to the Nerazzurri is an exaggeration."
As well as Inter, reports have also linked Bremer with a move to Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Liverpool, Juventus and Tottenham.
Rivals AC Milan have also been tipped to move for Bremer after their talks with Lille over Dutch defender Sven Botman hit a wall.