Inter’s Geoffrey Kondogbia says the Milan derby is just ‘a game worth three points’, but acknowledges that it’s ‘different’ to other matches.
The Frenchman arrived from Monaco in the summer, snubbing Milan in the process, and Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina will be his first experience of the clash first hand.
“The rivalry was initially a mercato derby, which I was involved in over the summer, and there will be more of that in years to come, but I still think it's good for Serie A,” he said to Sky Sports.
“For me, in the end it’s a game worth three points. You know it’s a different match, but there are always three points at stake.
“I haven’t seen images of past derbies, but I think I will now. I hope it's a great derby for us.”