Alex Cordaz is glad to be coming back to the Giuseppe Meazza, with the 38-year-old set to leave Crotone and currently undergoing medical and fitness tests for a move to Inter.

The goalkeeper briefly spoke to FCInterNews, telling their correspondent that he is pleased with a return to Inter.

The Italian was an academy player with the Nerazzurri for many years, but departed the club permanently in search of regular football.

The veteran shot-stopper spent time at a number of clubs before finding a home at Crotone, where he grew to become the club captain and made a total of 216 league appearances.

Cordaz is expected to be signed primarily as a third-choice keeper, behind Slovenian Samir Handanovic and with the club considering who will be brought on as Handanovic’s deputy.

Whether or not Cordaz makes many appearances for Inter, however, he is known to be a highly positive influence in the dressing room and should become a popular figure among the squad.

Cordaz had this to say upon entering the Humanitas clinic for his Inter medical:

“It’s nice to be back at Inter. Am I happy? I’ll speak after the signing.”