Bologna forward Marko Arnautovic will to San Siro to face his old club Inter on Saturday, where he has an interesting and amusing history, according to a report in the Italian print media today.

As has been reported by Tuttosport, Marko Arnautovic is an unusual ex-player for Inter due to the fact he was able to collect medals for winning Serie A, the Champions League, and Coppa Italia all despite only playing in three games for the Nerazzurri.

He spent one year on loan at Inter but luckily for the Austrian, it was the 2009/10 season under Jose Mourinho. Inter won an unprecedented treble that season.

Inter captain at the time Javier Zanetti was the player who insisted that the prize money allotted to the players for winning all three tournaments be distributed evenly between everyone in the squad, regardless of how much they played.

That meant Marko Arnautovic received €640,000 for 56 minutes of action on the pitch.