In an interview with Italian daily newspaper Corriere dello Sport, former Inter midfielder Walter Gargano has reflected on the season he spent with Inter.

“It was a transitional season, but we didn’t know it. We ran into a series of injuries that impacted things and a cycle was definitively closing while the next one had not yet started,” he explained in the interview which appeared in yesterday’s print edition of the Rome based news outlet.

Gargano, who is back playing football in his homeland with Penarol, then went on to discuss former Inter teammate Antonio Cassano and his ambition to become a sporting director.

“He was an extraordinary player, with fantastic feet and a gigantic heart but he was also a little crazy. I have read that he wants to be a sporting director and I am curious to see what he will do if he meets a player who is like him. Antonio knows about football and I am convinced that he will make his knowledge available.”

The Uruguayan joined Inter on a loan for the 2012/13 season from fellow Serie A side Napoli. During his single season with the Nerazzurri, the 65 time Uruguayan international, made 36 appearances across all competitions, in which he provided two assists.

Gargano began his career at Danubio and moved to Napoli in the Summer of 2007. After his season on loan at Inter, he then spent the following season out on loan at Parma before he was sold to Mexican club Monterrey. He spent two years there before joining his current employers on a free transfer.