Blackpool winger Tom Ince has rejected a switch to Italian giants Inter Milan according to Sky Sports.
The 22-year old winger has been subject to interest from many top European clubs including the likes of Monaco and PSG but his latest claim seems to rule out any move abroad.
Following talks in Milan with club representatives of Inter Milan, Ince has decided along with his father Paul that he will stay in England for next season and make a switch to the Premier League.
He told reporters, “After lengthy discussions with my family, I have decided that my immediate future in the game lies in the Premier League.”
This is a cruel blow for Inter who thought they had signed the talented winger but may now have to look elsewhere.
This decision will please Blackpool as it will result in the club earning more compensation payments if he joins a Premier League side.
It is thought that Crystal Palace, Liverpool, Spurs and Newcastle are among many clubs who are still chasing the talented winger who spent six-months in the Premier League last season.
He is still available on a free transfer but compensation will have to be played due to the U24 Bosman Compensation Ruling.