Denis Alibec’s adventure at Inter ended with a statement on yesterday. The striker, born in 1991, was brought to Milan in the summer of 2009 by Pierluigi Casiraghi for a total investment of 500,000 €. Having debuted in November 2010 in Verona under coach Benitez, Alibec was loaned out to Mechelen, Viitorul Constanta and Bologna before he officially returned to Inter now in January. The return was short however, because Inter immediately sold him, this time completely, to Astra Giurgiu.

Our partner contacted the player to see how he felt and he revealed that he was glad to return to his homeland where he is considered a talent: “I go to Astra because it’s a good team, they are in first place in the league and are engaged in Europe. I’m still young and want to do well. Had I stayed in Italy I wouldn’t have had the space, I didn’t want to go elsewhere on loan. Right now I’m in Romania and next week I will join Astra.”

This time the move doesn’t include any opportunity to return to Inter: “I didn’t know it was a permanent transfer to Astra, it’s my agent who has been handling it. From Inter, no one has called me.”

In his last comment, you can sense a little bitterness: “If I want to thank anyone? No.”