Diego Milito says he has no intention of returning to his homeland at the end of the season. “I want to stay at Inter.”
The Argentine returned to action last night after a spell on the sidelines to score in the 3-1 win over Chievo Verona.
“I love it here at Inter and I intend stay until my contract expires in 2014,” he stated when asked about his future.
“Anything can happen in football though, it also depends on what the club want to do.”
Milito, born in 1979, has scored nine goals in 20 League appearances so far this season. Inter have always won when he’s managed to score in 2012-13.
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