Inter wing-back Matteo Darmian has revealed what the city of Milan means to him now he has had a few months back playing in the city of his birth with the Nerazzurri.
“This is home to me. I was born and bred here. Coming home is very special and important for me,” he explained in an interview with Inter YouTube series, Inter Life.
The 36-time Italian national team representative was then asked to name three landmarks in the city of Milan that mean a lot to him and he responded: “Three places in the city that are in my heart? San Siro definitely. If I had to choose a place in the city, I would say the Sforza Castle and the Duomo.”
Darmian came through the youth ranks at Inter’s city rivals AC Milan and after spells with Palermo, Torino, Manchester United and Parma, he joined Inter in the most recent Summer transfer window.
Since his arrival at the Nerazzurri, the 31-year-old, has made 11 appearances across all competitions to date for the club and has surprised many with the level of performances that he has put in. In his time on the park, which totals 653 minutes, he has scored one goal and provided a pair of assists for his teammates.