The father of Nerazzurri-owned attacking midfielder Valentin Carboni feels that the teenager’s dream is to return to Inter Milan.
Speaking to IFStv, via FCInter1908, Carboni’s father Exequiel revealed the Argentine’s desire to play a part for Inter in the future.
Young attacking midfielder Carboni is a player whose future has been the subject of some recent speculation.
The 18-year-old is reportedly a target for Premier League side West Ham United.
The Hammers, reports suggest, are ready to make a significant offer to Inter to sign Carboni.
Considering that the Argentine is still only eighteen, that is certainly a marker of his burgeoning talent.
Carboni may have only just started to really break into the Monza first team on his loan spell.
But the prospect of the teenager turning his high level of promising talent into consistent performances at the senior level is evidently starting to pique the interest of teams around Europe.
Valentin Carboni Dreaming Of Inter Return, Says Father
But it is Inter who have control over the future of Carboni.
The Nerazzurri continue to own the Argentine attacking midfielder’s contract.
Inter sent Carboni out on loan to Monza last summer. But it was just a season-long dry loan with no purchase option.
So next summer, the Nerazzurri will be the club who can make a decision regarding Carboni.
Of course, the will of the player himself will also inevitably play a big role.
If Carboni were to push for an exit, it would certainly be a motivation for Inter to sell him.
But according to the father of the player himself, that is not what Carboni wants.
“I hope that one day Inter will bring him back,” Carboni’s father Exequiel said.
“He’s giving everything for Monza right now,” he went on.
“Because the club has been trusting him since Galliani asked for him. And it was the right decision.
“But his dream is becoming an Inter player,” Exequiel Carboni said of his son.
“And that’s something that very few can accomplish.”
“Every day he has the thought of getting the call from Inzaghi to be part of the Inter training camp in his head,” Carboni’s father made clear.