Inter owned winger Ivan Perisic has refused to rule out any possibility with regard to his future after winning the Champions League with Bayern Munich.
The Croatian national team player has spent the 2019/20 season on loan at the Bundesliga club, who achieved a treble.
Bayern Munich had an option to buy him outright but that option has since expired. Despite this some reports have stated Bayern Munich still want to sign him permanently whilst other reports have suggested that Perisic could be reintegrated at Inter if he returns.
“It’s a dream evening, winning the Champions League final for the first time is wonderful. Too bad the fans are not here, we will try to celebrate better at home. PSG had some of the best players in the world,” the former Borussia Dortmund player told Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia following last night’s Champions League final.
He then spoke on his future.
“It’s too bad that I did not win something in my four years at Inter, but now I am happy to have won the treble. I still have two years on my contract with the Nerazzurri, we’ll see what happens.
“In football, everything is possible, we need to talk and see. I can’t say my will, now I want to celebrate. Then we will rest and think about the future.”
During his loan spell with the Bavaria based side, the 31-year-old made 35 appearances across all competitions. In his time on the park, which totalled just under 1800 minutes, Perisic scored eight goals and also provided a total of 10 assists for his teammates.