The agent of Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists there's no rift between the Swede and Inter Milan.

"Zlatan isn't a prisoner," Mino Raiola told Radio Radio TV. "His contract is a choice.

"If an offer came from another club at the top level then it isn't a matter of money but a sporting decision.

"When Zlatan left Juventus he didn't do so because of money but because there were broken promises. Before the Calciopoli scandal broke he had already told the directors that he wouldn't be staying at Juve - he isn't a mercenary.

"Ibrahimovic loves Inter, just as he loved Juventus and Ajax but offers have to be weighed up.

"He won't be joining Lecce - there are just four or five teams who could sign him not 10."