Erick Thohir has revealed Inter Milan have not made any approach to sign Fernando Torres or Javier Hernandez in the summer.
Earlier this month, the Metro had reported that the Serie A outfit are preparing a loan move for Chelsea striker who has struggled to find his form since his £50m move to the west London club. The former Liverpool star is reportedly seeking an exit following Jose Mourinho's quotes last month about having no strikers in his squad.
Meanwhile, Manchester United striker has witnessed limited playing time under David Moyes and has made 16 appearances in the Premier League; 12 of which came from the bench.
"At the end of the season we will evaluate everything, both the young players and the more experienced ones, because we want to build a strong squad for the future with a view not just to next season but to the next three," Thohir explained.
"I think Hernandez is a good player but we haven't spoken to either him or Fernando Torres," Inter president added.
The Mexico International was linked with a move away from the Red Devils during the January transfer window.
Hernandez continued with United, but his agent has admitted his client's future will be assessed at the end of the current campaign.
Inter have begun bolstering their squad for the upcoming campaign and have already acquired the services of Nemanja Vidic from the English champions on a free transfer. Thohir insists that the club are looking to make signings and build a squad at least for the next three years.
The Italian outfit are also reportedly interested in signing another United player, Shinji Kagawa. The Japanese international has found it difficult to break into Moyes' first team and has made only 10 appearances in the league so far.
The Glaswegian is keen to stamp his authority at the club by offloading fringe players from Old Trafford and bring in world class players.
However, the 50-year-old's hopes of signing his winter transfer target Fredy Guarin has been thwarted after the midfielder declared his intentions last month to sign a new contract at the San Siro.