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Dutch manager issues bold statement amid rumours that striker will join Arsenal or Chelsea


New Internazionale manager Frank de Boer has confirmed that striker Mauro Icardi is not for sale.

His predecessor Roberto Mancini was always convinced that the 23-year-old will be an Internazionale player this season.

And the Dutchman has also rejected rumours linking the South American with a move to Arsenal or Chelsea in the English Premier League.

"We will keep the players who we do not want to sell," he told reporters.

"[Mauro] Icardi will remain. He is young, can still learn and we will work very well together.

"I spoke with the owners and everyone wants to bring the club where it deserves to be.

"Juventus are not unbeatable, sometimes things change.

"They have a great team and it will be tough, but we want to fight."

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