Evans Kondogbia, brother and agent of Inter’s Geoffrey Kondogbia spoke to Spanish news outlet Superdeporte about Geoffrey’s status at Valencia as well as La Liga and the French national team.
“He is fine here in Valencia. In the future, in fact, we will find a solution that is good for Spaniards and Inter. Geoffrey feels he has everything in Valencia and he has also brought his family to this beautiful city where he works. He’s on a team that can compete at high levels. He wants to play for many years in this shirt. Sure, there is a contract with Inter and you never know what can happen. My job is to find the best solution for everyone: I hope he can stay here for years, but I repeat that he has a contract with Inter and everything will depend on the two clubs.
Kondogbia has gained many plaudits since returning to La Liga and his brother discussed the impact he has had since making the switch in the summer.
“I was expecting such an impressive impact from him because he knew the league well but I did not expect, however, that he would immediately be on such a high level. In the summer he only wanted Valencia because Marcelino is an expert, he knows Spanish football and has spoken to us sincerely. We also received offers from the Premier League and France, but if two people speak the same language then there are no doubts.”
Valencia have taken La Liga by storm and currently find themselves in second place to Barcelona, undefeated after 11 games and four points clear of third placed Real Madrid.
“As for the team, I do not think anyone would have expected such a start of the season. There is confidence and euphoria, and when that happens, you must enjoy the present because you do not know how long it will last. They work hard, this is the secret: the team is young, has clear ideas and everyone is satisfied with the path that has come up here. ”
Evans concluded by discussing the French national team.
“Geoffrey is working hard because he dreams of being at the 2018 World Cup. The midfield competition in France is dense, but Deschamps will certainly call him if he continues to perform like he is. “