Interowned midfielder Stefano Sensi has said that he would make the choice to move to Sampdoria on loan again if given the option, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media yesterday.

Speaking during an interview with Sky Sport in Italy, via FCInternews, Stefano Sensi explained that he would make the same decision again as the one he made in January because he has found himself in a great team.

“I would make the choice again because I found a great team, a coach I had already talked to. Everyone gave me a good word for Sampdoria and was inviting me to come.”

He was persuaded to make the loan move for more game time by the Sampdoria boss Marco Giampaolo and the Italian national team coach Roberto Mancini.

“I had already made the choice, hearing certain words from Mancini and Giampaolo gave me an extra boost.”

He then revealed that he recently had dinner with Roberto Mancini where they discussed Italy’s upcoming World Cup play-offs which they must win if they are to take part in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

“We also talked about the World Cup playoffs, but it was a dinner because we hadn’t seen each other for a while and above all because we will have an important match and therefore it was right to reset and have a little more contact after a long time of not seeing each other.”

Stefano Sensi had been lacking game time at Inter which is why he moved to Sampdoria in January.