Andrés D'Alessandro very happy at Internacional
Andrés D'Alessandro has reassured Internacional fans that he will be at the club for next season and will not be rejoining River Plate.
Recent speculation has linked the Colorado captain with a move back to Argentina where he would reunite with his former club.
D’Alessandro came through the youth ranks at River Plate and played with them for three years.
He told Argentina website Pasion Clasica that he is very settled with Internacional and does not think about his old club.
“I have a contract. I do not think about anything else. Today I do not think about River.
“I have been here for six years… and everything is fine. The family is fine. I’m fine and the club is also. I can not complain about anything, the club has treated me fantastically.”
Internacional Head coach Abel Braga praised D’Alessandro’s performances last season in the Brasileirão where the captain led from the front.
Colorado endured a disappointing season but the 32-year-old enjoyed a good personal campaign. D’Alessandro was one of the best performers in the Brasileirão scoring 11 goals and contributing nine assists in 35 appearances.
The recent remarks from the Internacional captain adds to the positivity surrounding the club after they signed Wellington Paulista and Dida.