Former Inter defender Andreas Brehme discussed his career and time with Inter in an interview with Italian media outlet FcInterNews yesterday.
First, he discussed how he is doing during this Coronavirus pandemic.
“I’m fine, healthy at my home in Munich.”
The 59-year-old German spoke about his memories of Italy, where he spent four years playing for the Nerazzurri.
“The four years at Inter were the peak of my career. I also played at the San Siro during the World Cup in 1990. Winning the Scudetto and the UEFA Cup was special.”
Brehme then touched on why he decided to leave in 1992 to join Spanish side Zaragoza.
“Every good story has an end. Barcelona wanted me, but they had problems with the number of foreigners and so I chose Real Zaragoza.”
He discussed Inter’s season this year under coach Antonio Conte and whether they can still win the title.
“Anything is possible and with this break due to the coronavirus many things could happen.”
The 59-year-old spoke about RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner and if he’d be a good replacement for Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez, who is wanted by Barcelona.
“I don’t want to comment on transfer market rumors, but certainly Werner is one of the best strikers in the Bundesliga. He can be an important reinforcement for any team.”
Finally, Brehme sent a message to all his fans.
“Stay safe and healthy, Forza Inter! I love you all.”
Brehme spent four years in Milan with the Nerazzurri, being one of the three German stars at the club. In those four years, the German defender made 155 appearances across all competitions, scoring 12 goals and providing four assists.