Fiorentina have confirmed that top scorer Luca Toni is not for sale, after the free-scoring striker was linked with a move to Internazionale.

Fiorentina’s Italy international striker Luca Toni struck twice in his team’s 5-2 win over Reggina on Sunday to become the first player in 47 years to score 30 goals in Serie A. The last man to reach 30 goals in a season was Argentine Anton Valentin Angelillo who scored 33 goals in the 1958-1959 season for Inter.

Toni’s prolific form has atracted the attention of a number of Seria A clubs.

But Viola president Andrea Della Valle has reiterated his desire to hang onto the striker.

“At 100 percent, Luca Toni remains,” said Della Valle.

“He’s not for sale.

“The only thing in which we are interested in now is earning a Champions League place.”

Fiorentina’s win maintained their two point lead over Roma in the battle for fourth place in Serie A.