Diego Simeone confirms he will ‘surely’ return to Inter one day but maintains ‘things are going very well’ with Atletico Madrid.
Links between Simeone and Inter have resurfaced after their exit from the Champions League, given the Argentine spent two years with the Nerazzurri as a player in the 1990s.
“I take each day calmly,” the Coach, who also won a Scudetto with Lazio in 2001, told Radio Anch’io Sport.
“I still have a year left on my contract with Atleti and things are going very well.
“I’ve been very clear on this 2,000 times already, about my possible return to Inter. There’s no need to say anything other than it’ll surely happen one day.
“Lazio and Inter left me with some great memories, so I wish them both all the best.
“I hope I can continue on the same line that Atleti have been on for 12-13 years. Your club determines your style.
“The club have a history to respect and we go with that. Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Bilbao… they all have their own personality. After that, the players will have their own style.”
The Argentine then had his say on Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer to Juventus from Real Madrid over the summer.
“Without a doubt he’s one of the two best players of the last 10 years,” he added.
“He always managed to be at the top with Messi. Certainly his arrival at Juventus has given something more to the Bianconeri.”