Javier Pastore's agent has ruled out a move to Inter Milan, the day after PSG manager Unai Emery stated that Javier Pastore could sign for the Italian club.
The Argentinian had been heavily linked with the Italian club recently, with some reports suggesting personal terms have been agreed.
However, his agent has now revealed the move is off, and it seems Pastore will remain at the French league leaders for the remainder of the season.
Pastore played in PSG's 3-2 victory over Rennes in the Coupe de la Ligue last night, and Emery was asked about the situation in his post match press conference. Football Italia reported that he said:
''I discussed it with him yesterday. In his head there is the possibility of leaving, but I asked him again today if he was in the right frame of mind to play and he said yes. He's told me he has the chance to leave, but was very focused and very involved.
"I have my opinion and i gave it to everyone. After that it depends on the club and the player. I can’t say more than that, it’s not my responsibility.''
Despite Emery stating the move was out of his control, it appears Pastore has decided to stay in France with numerous sources confirming the deal will not go ahead.