Luc Castaignos has revealed that he had no choice but to accept an Inter exit this summer. “They no longer believed in me.”
The Dutchman has now signed for Twente in his homeland after a problematic year in the world of Italian football.
Inter took a gamble on the teenager last summer, the kind offered by www.partycasino.com, but he scored just one goal in seven appearances for the club.
“In Italy with Inter, I didn’t have that sensation of joy when I was playing football, I wasn’t enjoying myself on the pitch,” he is quoted as saying.
“After a year at Inter, they no longer had the confidence in my ability and they had wanted to sell me sooner.
“When I spoke to the directors I understood that they didn’t have faith in me anymore, but I did learn a lot from my spell in Nerazzurro.”
The almost 20-year-old, formerly of Feyenoord, has signed a four-year deal with the Dutch outfit.
“I’m honoured to be here and I want to give my best in an effort to win,” he added. “Twente are gradually becoming a great club. They always go for the championship and that is one of my goals.
“I want to win the championship, I want to score a lot of goals and I want to once again show who Luc Castaignos is.”
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