Bologna has no intention of selling
Diamanti, who scored the winning penalty for
The 29-year-old attacking midfielder was co-owned by Brescia and Bologna before the latter bought the player outright last weekend.
"Diamanti is a player that gives everything and it is likely that he will remain with us next season," Guaraldi told www.tutttomercatoweb.com.
The former West Ham player is under contract with Bologna until
Guaraldi also revealed that coveted playmaker
"I don't exclude that Ramirez could stay," Guaraldi said.
"We have had offers for him but he is worth at least
"If the right offer comes along then he could leave."
Ramirez, 21, scored eight goals in 33 league appearances last season to help the side finish ninth in Serie A standings.
Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has refused to rule out sending striker Antonio Cassano to Parma as part of a swap deal for Ishak Belfodil.