Italian midfielder Roberto Gagliardini Confirmed not to renew a new contract with Inter Milan.
Sky Italia report Gagliardini is set to become a free agent this summer. It confirms his intention to leave Inter as he looks for opportunities to play regularly. Gagliardini, 28, who has a contract ufabet with the Nerazzurri until June 2023, said: “I believe I can go far in my football career.
Because of my behavior and diligence which I never let go of that.” “I’m not ready to play a little more. Because I still feel that I am in good physical condition. And can do a lot more I want to play and show my qualities.” “We’ll see what happens in June. I will decide on that.
Gagliardini was a youngster at Atalanta, loaned to Cesena, Spezia and Vicenza before being sold to Inter in January 2017 for €22.5m. Gagliardini last started in Inter’s 1-0 win over Hellas Verona on Saturday. On the field for 90 minutes, but in total this season has just played 12 games, including all items, totaling only 421 minutes on the field.
Responding to his player’s comments, Inzaghi said in a press conference: “The important thing is that he does well on the pitch.
“He’s highly regarded by everyone, he’s a serious professional who works very well. He’s had a few minor problems in the last year, but he’s always gritted his teeth, guaranteeing his contribution.”