Ghanaian defender Isaac Donkor has emphasized that he can play for Inter Milan again in future.
Donkor, who was the skipper of the club at Primavera level spent seven years with them and made some senior team appearances before departing for Cesena in 2017.
The enterprising defender who calls Inter his “home” mentioned that a reunion is possible.
“When I hear Inter the first word that comes to my mind is home. The reason is simple, I grew up there,” he explained in an interview with nerazzuarrisiamonoi.it.
“The ways of the Lord are infinite, I believe in him, he has never failed. If his plan is to get me back to Inter, it will happen and no one will be able to stop him.”
“Playing for the Nerazzurri has meant so much to me. It is my home and as I said before I am sure that we will embrace each other soon. I believe and trust in the Lord, who directs my steps.” He added
Donkor will leave Austrian side Sturm Graz this summer when his contract expires on July, 3, 2020.