Inter defender Jeison Murillo is keen to stay at the Milan side also for next season, snubbing approaches by Chelsea and Manchester United, who were trying to sign the centre-back that last summer was voted as the best youngster of the Copa America.
“I want to stay at Inter,“ the Colombian told Rai Sport after Inter’s 3-1 win over Udinese.
“I am an Inter player and am not thinking about the future right now. Coming to Serie A has really helped me improve, although it was difficult at first to adapt to a very tactical and physical league.”
Inter are still hoping in a third place spot that would allow them to play in the next Champions League, even if it’s really difficult with a possible -7 gap from Roma, that are playing Napoli tomorrow night:
“Udinese played very well, but we also did our best to get the victory and are happy to have taken home the three points,” Murillo concluded.