Argentine striker Rodrigo Palacio has hinted that he may finish his playing career at Giuseppe Meazza.
The 31-year-old only joined the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2012, but he has quickly become one of the leaders of the team.
Palacio has a contract until June 2015 at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, and it looks as though he will soon be signing a new long-term deal with the club.
“Could I end my career at Inter? Yes, I’d like to, I really like it here,” the Argentine striker told Sky Sport Italia.
“I’ve still got 18 months to run on my current deal, we’ll definitely sit down over the next few days and see if we can extend it a bit.”
Rodrigo Palacio also featured for Huracan and Banfield in Argentina, but it was at Boca Juniors that he made a name for himself.
The forward was part of an amazing attacking trident that also included Martin Palermo and Juan Roman Riquelme, and he went on to score 54 goals in 131 league matches for La Xeneize.
Palacio made a switch to Italian Serie A in the summer of 2009 and has since featured in 126 league matches for Genoa and Inter, scoring 55 goals in the process.