Interviewed exclusively by Sky Sport, Inter defender Marco Andreolli talked about the upcoming game against Simone Zaza’s Sassuolo, also revealing who was the architect of his stay in Milan, despite limited playing time last season.
THE GROUP – “We are a new team and many of us have never won anything. We must always be hungry and have greater desire than our opponents because we’re wearing an important shirt. The symbol and the name of the club are more important than the name printed on the back of the shirt.”
SASSUOLO – “After the match in Turin we want to do well against Sassuolo. The nationals have returned and we are improving. Zaza? We all knew of his qualities, even before this period. But I’m happy for the goal he scored in the national team. It’s an important moment for him and we have to be careful.”
STAYING – ”I was convinced by the coach. Last year was special, but it’s all behind now. Now we have to think about this season, we are eager to do well. The coach is very energized and is urging us to give more and more.”