Inter’s Diego Milito insists his future has still not yet been decided despite repeated speculation he will leave the club.
The President of old club Racing Avellaneda has recently said he has held talks with the Argentine and is extremely confident of signing him.
However, the forward said his next move would only be decided at the end of the season and reflected on his glittering San Siro career.
Ahead of this weekend’s match against Milan at San Siro, he also said he was unsure as to whether it would be his last derby against the Rossoneri.
“What we have achieved we have achieved together,” Milito told Rai Sport. “I thank Moratti, I will always be grateful to him for having brought me to Inter to challenge for great honours.
“I have been part of an extraordinary team.
“Thohir said I could be like Luca Toni? I am concentrating on the derby with Milan. I will finish the season with Inter, then I will sit down with them to decide what is best for me and for the club.
“Do Milan have to win? We need to look to win too. It will be a great battle but I want to enjoy it.
“I don’t know whether it will be my last derby or not.”
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