Leeds United striker Wilfried Gnonto has openly admitted that he’d love to play for his former club Inter Milan again some day.
The 19-year-old spent eight years in Inter’s academy earlier in his career, and never managed to break into their first-team, moving to Zurich instead.
Gnonto then found his way to Elland Road last summer and has looked an exciting prospect, despite it being a frustrating campaign for the club overall.
It seems Gnonto would now relish the chance to play for Inter again in the future, which could be a worry for Leeds.
“Like every kid, I have a favourite team. When I was growing up it was stronger than now, now I follow Inter and the Italians with pleasure,” the Italy international said.
“But yes, I think in the end it was and is a dream I keep inside and I don’t know if I will be able to realise it. To have reached this level is already incredible.
“By committing myself I can do something more and maybe one day play at Inter or at that level. [The] San Siro was beautiful.
“A few years before I was there in the stands and then I played there. I grew up in Italy, I had been at Inter since I was eight, it had never crossed my mind.
“At a certain point, I had to think about what was right for me. Going to Switzerland was not the obvious choice, but the right one at the time.”