Date: 19th September 2014 at 8:55am
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Fernando Alonso has hit out at the Italian media for stirring up yet another rumour regarding his potential move from Ferrari.

The Spaniard had been heavily linked with a switch to McLaren, but came out at the last Grand Prix to end the rumours and state his desire to stay with Ferrari.

However that hasn’t prevented a new rumour surfacing, which suggested that Alonso would be part of driver swap with Sebastian Vettel.

It’s not the first time Alonso has been linked with a move to Red Bull Racing, nor is it the first time Vettel has been linked with a move to Maranello, but it would appear that there is nothing in this latest rumour, highlighted by the frustration aired by Alonso.

?I don?t have anything new to say, obviously the rumours once more came from Italy which is a little bit sad,? Alonso told Sky Sports.

?We try to stay united and score as many points as we can, I go out with the guys for dinner, play football with them and always try to create the best atmosphere possible. These things don?t help, our brand or our team, and always having these things coming from Italy, these rumours and things intentionally is not good for the team. If one day I have to say something, someone will not be happy.?

?I?ve been commenting about my future for the last 13 months and I?ve nothing new to say, It?s sad that it comes from Italy. They create for some strange purpose these rumours which do not help Ferrari. We need a united team.