Thursday, February 23, 2017

Argentine striker reveals Inter dream

Young Boys striker Raul Marcelo Bobadilla has admitted he dreams about playing for Inter Milan.

The highly rated forward has been attracting a lot of attention of late, with his hat-trick in the Europa League win over Udinese further impressing a number of suitors.

Bobadilla’s desire to move to Italian Serie A is no longer a secret, with Inter Milan his favourite club.

“I dream of Italy and Inter. I have no doubts,” the Argentine told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “I want to come and play in Italy, I love it.”

With Inter in the market for a new striker, the 25-year-old could find himself in the plans on Andrea Stramaccioni.

Raul Bobadilla came through the youth ranks at River Plate, but began his professional career at Swiss club Concordia.

After scoring 18 goals during his first season at the club, he left the minnows to join Grasshoppers, where he continued his impressive scoring form.

Good performances earned Bobadilla a move to Borussia M’gladbach, but the player failed to prove his worth in German Bundesliga and return to Switzerland in January 2012.

He has since managed to kick-start his career at Young Boys, scoring 12 goals in 21 league games for the club.

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