Former Inter goalkeeper Vid Belec has reminisced about some of the great goalkeepers he was able to train alongside during his stint with the Nerazzurri.
The Slovenian, who has 16 caps for his country, joined Inter at under-19 level from NK Maribor in 2006 and stayed with the club until 2015 before moving on to join Carpi.
During his nine-year spell with the Nerazzurri, Belec spent time out on loan at Crotone, Olhanense and Konyaspor and made a total of three first-team appearances for the club.
“I trained with great champions; I tried to learn, for example from Julio Cesar and then I also trained with Samir Handanovic,” he explained in an interview with Monday’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport.
The 30-year-old has played for Serie B outfit Salernitana since September 2020 and he has been near ever-present for them having appeared in 17 of their 19 games played across all competitions to date.
Belec, who joined on a three-year contract, has managed to keep a total of five clean sheets.