Inter owned youngster Rigoberto Rivas has spoken with Italian newspaper Gazzetta del Sud to discuss how he has found life in quarantine.

“I hope the epidemic will pass soon. Dr. Favasuli often calls us, he is a professional, he assists us 24 hours a day. He forced us not to leave our homes because the risk of infection is very high. My family? Fortunately my mother and sisters live in Florence. They are doing well.”

Rivas, who is under contract with Inter until the end of the 2021/22 season, was then asked about what his plans are for the immediate future: “In the meantime, I would like to win the league and give priority to my health. I would like to stay at Reggina.”

He concluded the interview by sharing his desire to play in front of Reggina’s fans again at their Stadio Oreste Granillo home: “I look forward to being able to embrace the Reggina fans again. I miss the support of Curva Sud.”

The Honduran national team midfielder is currently out on loan at Serie C outfit Reggina. He has made 17 appearances across all competitions to date for them with him having contributed two goals and four assists in a total of 926 minutes on the park.

The 21-year-old, who is predominately a central midfielder but also capable of playing out wide, joined Inter in the Summer of 2016 and has spent most of his time out on loan and although he has not represented the first team, he has made 31 appearances for the Inter Primavera side.