Inter midfielder Matias Vecino has arrived in Uruguay to fulfill his national team duties and feels that he is in a good state after having played with his club during the last few weeks.
Speaking to Uruguayan newspaper Ovacion in an interview published in today’s print edition, the 30-year-old gave the view that he is well-prepared after seeing plenty of action with the Nerazzurri, and reflected on the need to balance club and international commitments up until December after the last international break.
Vecino has looked to have found a regular spot in Simone Inzaghi’s Inter team, having been used both from the start and off the bench in the Nerazzurri’s matches since the last international break.
The former Empoli and Fiorentina midfielder has played an important role in his club’s strong start to the season, and he is glad to be helping his team through a hectic period in the schedule.
Regarding the further congestion of the football calendar caused by the extra World Cup qualifiers played by the South American national sides, he believes that he must just give his best until all the matches are through.
He stated, “I arrive here very well, I’ve gotten minutes at Inter. You play three games in a few days, you travel and go back to your clubs. But it will be like this until December, we will have to get used to it. The important thing is that I do well in the minutes I play.”