Daniel Fonseca, the father of Inter youngster Matias Fonseca, has revealed he hopes to be able to make it back to Italy soon in order to hold talks with Inter over a new contract for his son.
Fonseca is one of Inter’s promising prospects at the moment and is currently playing in Armando Maddona’s Primavera side.
The 19-year-old striker, who is an Italian national team player at under 19 level, has been with the club for a number of years already and when time allows, it looks like he will be tied down to the club for the foreseeable future too.
“Matias is doing very well, he has been called up by the Italian national team at under 19 level and he made his debut against Spain recently,” Fonseca, who played for Napoli, Roma and Juventus among others in Italy, remarked in an interview with Uruguayan radio station Sport 890.
“Inter have messaged me three times asking when I will be back in Italy. As soon as I can I will come back to Italy and discuss a new contract with the Nerazzurri club.
“He has been there for five years and Appiano Gentile is a few kilometres from our house. He is very comfortable at Inter.
“He is at an important team and we will see how he progresses. We still need to see if he will go on loan to gain experience or not. We will talk with Inter and find out what they have in store for him.”
This season Fonseca, who could also play for Uruguay due to his father being Uruguayan, has made 24 appearances across all competitions for the Primavera, in which he has scored 12 goals and provided three assists for his teammates.