Inter owned Hellas Verona loanee Federico Dimarco has discussed what Inter is and spoke on everything that the Nerazzurri gave him in his career thus far.
“Inter is a big family. My journey as a child, the journey towards a dream, my debut in Serie A. They gave me everything,” he explained in an interview with Italian daily newspaper Hellas Verona, which appeared in today’s print edition of the Veronese newspaper.
Dimarco then went on to reveal what he tried to do every time he represented Inter thus far in his career and shared his hopes to see the Nerazzurri crowned Italian champions.
“Every time I took the field wearing that shirt I tried to repay them. I hope they win the Scudetto.”
Dimarco also spoke on Italian national team boss Roberto Mancini, who handed him his Inter debut: “What can I say about Mancini: he gave me a great feeling. I was a kid, I can’t forget it.”
He also admitted that his focus is currently entirely on Hellas Verona, who he is on loan at until the end of this season.
“Hellas Verona is my present, the place where I feel good. It makes no sense to go any further than that. Today football labels you as a phenomenon and tomorrow they forget about you. I work and enjoy myself. This is enough for me.”
Dimarco, who is under contract with Inter until the end of the 2022/23 season, has made six appearances at first team level for Inter across all competitions but he has failed to make any goal contributions.