Inter Milan wingback Robin Gosens has no doubt – the Nerazzurri are going to Istanbul to win against Man City.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, the German stressed that the Nerazzurri believe in themselves, and have the character and quality to win in next weekend’s Champions League final showdown.

Inter have a massive opportunity before them next Saturday.

In one week’s time, the Nerazzurri will play for a chance to win European club football’s biggest trophy.

Up against them, however, will be an incredibly formidable Man City side. Pep Guardiola’s men showed this with their victory over city rivals in the FA Cup final.

On the other hand, Inter deserve to be in the final just as much as City do.

The Nerazzurri proved that with their victories over Barcelona, Porto, Benfica, and AC Milan to get to this point.

Now, the question will be whether Inter can play the same way against their toughest opponent yet, or if the Cityzens will prove to simply be a class above the rest.

Inter & Germany Star Gosens: Playing To Win Vs Man City

Wingback Gosens stressed that “Anything can happen in football.”

“We deserve to be in the final, we know we have to suffer but that we have the qualities to beat City.”

He said that “In the end, we’re living a dream. The Champions League final is the biggest match that exists at club level.”

“We’re all proud, and aware that we’ve deserved it on the pitch.”

Of his own season on a personal level, Gosens stated that “I’m much better than I was at the start.”

“I’m almost sad that it’s over, because I’m feeling good,” he added.

“But I want to finish it off with a bang, and then head to the national team,” Gosens said. “And then after having a holiday, start again in a big way because I’ve still got a lot to prove.”

Of the dangers of facing City, Gosens said that “We’ve seen their matches, their strength is their brilliant movement.”

“They give and go without the ball, there’s no player who just keeps his position, and this makes City dangerous.”

“But we have a week to find solutions and cause problems for them,” Gosens added.