Diego Milito has shown a positively calm attitude on his future. His contract with Inter Milan runs out in June this year and as of yet there has been no talk of a renewal.
Yet the veteran Argentine who has spent almost a decade in Italy remains level headed over the issue, despite the fact it looks increasingly likely he'll leave San Siro this summer.
"For me, there won't be any problem in putting a signature and remaining for another year," said the veteran. "I feel at home.
"But for the moment I don't think what will happen in June. I live in the moment and the only thing that interests me is to come back playing."
Milito has been an integral part of Inter since 2009 most commendably helping them to the 2012 UEFA Champions League trophy. Of late, his seasons have been plagued with injury and slumps in form and he has fallen out of favour at Nerazzuri.
Meanwhile reports claim that Milito’s former Argentinian club Racing are attempting to bring back the accomplished striker.
"No one from Racing has called me yet, but they are really an important team in my career," he said on Argentine radio.
"My deal with Inter expires in June and my dream is to retire with this shirt. I don't exclude the possibility of coming back to Argentina. We will see in June."
Walter Samuel, the Internazionale defender and Milito’s countryman is also a target of the South American club.
Inter Milan - once the kings of Italy - have had a dry run ever since that Champions League victory. Recently, the management has stepped up in an attempt to resurrect the club. It remains to be seen in what way Milito will be a part of the transformation.
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