By Akyereko Frimpong-Manson
Ghanaian youngster Joseph Alfred Duncan has denied media reports he is seeking a move away from Italian giants Inter Milan.
The 19-year-old Primavera squad member is reported to have said he will seek a loan move from the Giuseppe Meazza if he fails to secure a first team place next season.
However, the Ghana Under-20 midfielder says his future lies with the Serie A giants and denies making such comments.
“I never talked about leaving Inter Milan or going on loan or whatsoever. I just talked about how the season went for me and commented about the coming season,” he told GHANASoccernet.com
“Inter Milan have been my all and they have made me as a player. I cannot leave the club at this crucial stage of my career. I’m staying put.”
Duncan will join the Inter Milan first team for their pre-season programme and could feature prominently in coach Andrea Stramaccioni’s plans next season.
He helped Inter’s Primavera to win the maiden edition NextGen Series-the Under-19 version of the UEFA Champions League and the Primavera Scudetto.