Inter owned goalkeeper Gabriel Brazao, who is currently on loan at Spanish second tier side Albacete, discussed his future and dream to play for the Nerazzurri in an interview in today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Julio Cesar said that I am the future of the Nerazzurri? His words made me happy, also because of what he represents to Inter and Brazil.”
The 19-year-old Brazilian then touched on his move to Albacete and his performances so far.
“Here I expected to play more, I finally managed to play four games. They all went very well, I received a lot of compliments. And then came the stop. I hope that when the season restarts there will be new opportunities.”
Brazao spoke about a future return to Inter.
“Maybe it’s better if I go and play, rather than being a backup, to put together minutes and experience. Inter were and are my favourite team in Europe.”
Finally, the Brazilian goalkeeper spoke about the players that he studies and looks up to.
“I study the greats. Handanovic, of course, but also Alisson and Ederson. They are the best today.”
Inter signed Brazao from fellow Italian side Parma in the summer of 2019 for around €6 million. He was immediately sent on loan to Albacete to help him develop and earn more regular playing time. He has made four appearances across all competitions so far this season for the Spanish second tier side, for a total of 390 minutes. In that time, he conceded three goals and kept one clean sheet.
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