Walter Zenga is certain that he will one day get the chance to become the Coach of Italian giants Inter.
The tactician is currently in charge of Al Nasr, but he is adamant that the club which he served as a goalkeeper for 12 years will eventually call on his services.
“I will take charge of Inter one day,” the Italia ’90 custodian told RAI Sport. “I base that assumption on my personality, my strength and my ability to get to where I want to.
“Up until now I have evidently not had the opportunity, but I know that sooner or later my moment will arrive.
“I may be 52-years-old now, but I feel as if I’m only a 42-year-old Coach.”
Zenga has coached around the world, while his Italian top-flight spells have been limited to stints with Catania and Palermo before his 2010 axing at the latter.
“I miss the daily life of a changing room in Italy, the chats with my directors, the confrontations and even the conflicts…”
Zenga won Serie A with Inter in 1989, leaving the club in 1994 as part of a swap deal with Sampdoria’s Gianluca Pagliuca.
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