Inter Milan attacker Luc Castaignos has revealed that he is likely to leave Giuseppe Meazza in the summer transfer window.
The promising striker only joined the Neroazzurri last summer, in a €2 million deal from Feyenoord, but has failed to prove his worth in Italy’s top flight.
Inter are now looking to send the player on loan and help him gain some first team experience, but Castaignos admits he would rather leave on a permanent transfer.
“Inter want to loan me to an Italian club or sell me,” the Netherlands Under-21 international told Sky Sport Italia.
“I told them that I don’t want to play anywhere else in Italy but at Inter.
”I am saddened, I cannot deny it, I am disappointed not to have shown my worth, but this is football.
“It’s a decision taken by the club and by me. Now I want to join a big club.”
Liverpool and West Ham have been linked with the 19-year-old forward, who should be available at a cut-back price this summer.
Castaignos was also linked with a return to Feyenoord, a club where he started his professional career, but the player admitted a return to De Kuyp was highly unlikely.
The youngster featured in just 6 Serie A games last season, although he did manage to score one goal.
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