Inter president Steven Zhang has denied rumours that he is looking to sell the Serie A giants.
Italian outlet Il Corriere dello Sport reported on Saturday that Rothschild Bank has a mandate to find new minority shareholders.
It was also claimed a full sale of the club was a possibility, but Inter have moved to dismiss the story with a statement posted on their official website.
"With regard to some speculation published today, with particular reference to the hypothesis of the sale of Inter, president Steven Zhang categorically denies what was wrongly reported and specifies that this is news without any basis," it read.
Chinese company Suning Holdings Group acquired a majority stake in Inter in June 2016, with Zhang replacing Erick Thohir as president in October 2018 at the age of 26.
Inter were runners-up in Serie A last season – their highest league finish since 2010-11 – and reached the final of the Europa League.