Tottenham Hotspur are not interested in signing Inter Milan's Fredy Guarin this summer, according to the midfielder's representative.
The Colombian international, who joined the Nerrazzuri in January 2012, excelled under Andre Villas-Boas' tutelage during his spell at Porto, winning a league, domestic cup and Europa League treble while playing under the current Tottenham manager in 2011.
Guarin's future at the San Siro has been questioned at times this season, resulting in the 26-year-old being linked with a reunion with his former coach at White Hart Lane. However, Marcelo Ferreyra, the midfielder's agent, has moved quickly to quash suggestions that a move away from Inter beckons, insisting that his client has every intention of succeeding at the club.
"It's all lies, nor Fredy nor I are thinking of looking for new solutions," Ferreyra told calciomercato.it. "He told me he wants to triumph with Inter. I'm not talking to any club, because Fredy want to fight for the future of Inter. As for myself and the player, there is absolutely nothing."
When quizzed on the prospect of Guarin moving to north London, Ferreyra was quick to acknowledge the relationship between the Spurs boss and his client, but played down talk of reunion at White Hart Lane.
"Tottenham? We do not knowand given the bond that I have with Fredy and Villas Boas, if there was anything we would be the first to know."
Tottenham have found themselves continuously linked with a number of players who flourished under the management of Villas-Boas during his tenure at the Portuguese giants. The club have been persistently linked with a move for Portuguese midfielder Joao Moutinho, and were reportedly close to sealing a dramatic deadline day move for the Porto star on transfer deadline day last August, before complications regarding the player's third party ownership saw the deal collapse.
More recently, Uruguay international Alvaro Pereira has been considered as a summer transfer target. Another who shone in Villas-Boas' Europa League and domestic success of 2011, the Porto full back has been linked with a move to London, with the future of Benoit Assou-Ekotto in doubt.