Gabigol says he doesn't want to return to Brazil in January
Despite the lack of playing time, 20-year-old Brazilian striker Gabigol wants to stay at Inter Milan.
Gabriel Barbosa, who's nicknamed Gabigol, has assured that he doesn't intend to leave Inter Milan in the January transfer window. Recently, his manager Wagner Ribeiro publicly complained about the situation and argued that his client was being humiliated by the Italian club. Gabigol, who interests Brazilian clubs like Atlético Mineiro and Santos, spoke about his future during an event of Konami, which recently launched the game PES 2017. The player ruled out any possibility of returning to Brazilian football in the upcoming transfer window.
He said: "I'm thinking about staying at Inter. I hope to stay here and I know I need to be patient. I'm very happy at Inter, I have only been there for three months and I hope to play more and more. I'm calm about my situation. I always want to play, but I have that adaptation side. The last match I went into, I did well and I'm very young and I'm going to keep trying. The style of play in Italy is different and I hope to return in January to continue the season. If I play for Inter, I can play in any team in the world."