Miranda has confirmed that he wants to stay at Inter after helping Brazil reach the Copa America Final.
Miranda was a second-half substitute as Brazil beat Argentina 2-0 on Tuesday evening, courtesy of goals from Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino.
“Coming on was difficult, but we play for our national team and we need to be ready, whether it’s a minute or seven games,” the defender told Tuttomercatoweb after the semi-final.
“I had to prove that I was ready, even at the most complicated point of the game.
“We know the support of our fans is always there, and it certainly increases when we win.”
The 34-year-old has been pushed further down Inter’s centre-back pecking order following the arrival of former Atletico Madrid teammate Diego Godin...
“I think there’s been a lot of talk about me, but right now I’m at Inter. People have been talking, even though they don’t know what I want.
“However, right now I’m only thinking about the Copa America Final. I’ll talk to the club once the tournament ends to see if they want to keep me.
Despite his situation, the Brazilian is keen to be ‘part of a victorious Inter’.
“Yes, they’re a good option for me. I think Inter are growing and I’d like to be part of a victorious Inter.”
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