Brushing away all rumors that link him to a move to the English Premier league Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto’o reconfirmed that he would continue to play for Inter Milan and has made no plans of moving out after he finished a confidential meeting with club president Moratti Mahmoud Mohamed on Monday 11 Jul 2011.
Cameroonian captain and ace hitman Samuel Eto’o has rubbished the rumors of a move to English premier league side Manchester City in the transfer window, and assured fans that he would continue to stay with Inter Milan for the coming season.
“The newspapers say I’m leaving Inter?” Eto’o told Inter Channel.
The 2010 FIFA Club World Cup Golden Ball winner stated that during the course of the Internazionale’s president that he is not behind the rumors of a proposed migration away from Inter Milan next season.
“I spoke with president Massimo Moratti after the Coppa Italia final victory against Palermo and when the president speaks, I can only say yes,” Eto said.
The 2010 African player of the year is being relentlessly pursued by the English club who agreed to take in Eto’o in a swap agreement with the latter’s captain, Carlos Tevez.
The 30-year-old Cameroon has been a consistent top scorer and was more than happy to move into a team being headed by Coach Gian Piero Gasperini, agreeing to atone for the enthusiasm of the fans by showcasing his best performance on the field.
“It went pretty well. It was quite hot, but never as bad as in Milan right now. I am in good shape and we have the right atmosphere to start a difficult season,” the former Barcelona star finished off.