Keita Balde has said that his best is yet to come.
The Inter Milan striker made his way to the San Siro in the summer from Lazio on loan.
Inter Milan ace Keita Balde has said that he is yet to bring forth his best performance in the Serie A. The striker made his way to the San Siro in the summer from fellow Italian club Lazio on loan. However, he has not been as successful as imagined he will be with the Nerazzurri as he has been able to net only three goals so far this season.
The player has, however, said that his best is yet to come and that he wants to continue his stay at the San Siro on a permanent basis. He said, “I imagined this to be a great club, and since I’ve been here that’s what I’ve found. Since I was a child I’ve followed the matches of the two Milanese clubs. My dad really liked Milan’s Dutch trio, but I was more interested in Adriano, [Obafemi] Martins and [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic. I always played as the Nerazzurri on the PlayStation, and then my idol [Samuel] Eto’o arrived too. I’m proud to be here and proud the Coach wanted me. The Coach has clear ideas and knows what he’s doing.”
He added, “You’ve yet to see my best, let’s say I’m at 60-70 per cent now. Inter have to sign me outright because they’d be getting a bargain. I’m as enthusiastic as our President and I want to help the team grow.”
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