Mauricio Isla is hoping to end the summer as an Inter player. “They would be the perfect club for me.”
The Chilean international has just ended a problematic campaign at Juventus after the Old Lady signed a 50 per cent share in him from Udinese a year ago.
“There is the possibility that I could leave Juventus and Inter have made an offer for me,” the 24-year-old told 24 Horas. “There are talks taking place.
“I just want to play football, that would be ideal for me because I want to be useful and be in the best shape possible for my national team.
“The decision, however, will be made by Udinese and Juventus.
“But Inter would be perfect because they are a top club that wants to return to what they were in the past.”
Isla, who returned to action in the last campaign after knee ligament damage, featured in just 11 Serie A games for the Old Lady.
Udinese and Juventus have until Thursday to resolve his co-ownership status.
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