Milito: I don’t want to leave

The striker is keen to extend his stay with the Nerazzurri by a further year but has confessed he might go back to Argentina if a new deal is not forthcoming.

Diego Milito has announced his need to sign a brand-new deal with Inter ahead of the last six months of his already existing negotiation.

The striker moved to San Siro in 2009 from Genoa and has scored 64 times in 113 looks for the Nerazzurri, but with his agreement readied to end in the summer season, the Argentine is eager to extend his stay at San Siro.

“I feel comfortable. For me, there will not be any type of problem in staying and putting a signature for one more year,” he informed Sport Mediaset.

Last period the 34-year-old experienced an Achilles trauma that ruled him out of the 2nd half of the campaign and an upper leg injury has limited his having fun time so far this term.

And he states his very own physical health and wellbeing is his key worry currently as opposed to any approaching talks over a new deal.

He explained: “I do not believe what will certainly take place in June. I stay in the minute and the only thing that passions me is ahead back playing.”.

Speculation has suggested that Milito may not be having a new deal by Walter Mazzarri, leading to rumors linking him with a go back to his homeland and previous club Racing– whom he made over 100 appearances for in between 1999 and 2003.

It is a probability that Milito does not want to check out right now, however the gamer does concede that maybe an option come June.

“No one from Racing has called me yet, but they are truly an important team in my career.

“My deal with Inter expires in June and my goal is to retire with this shirt. I don’t leave out the opportunity of returning to Argentina. We will certainly see in June.”.

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