Castaignos says he is at “The biggest team in the world”

Inter’s new signing Luc Castaignos is thrilled to have joined his new club, Inter. The Feyenoord striker will complete his move in the summer and will sign on a four year deal.
The young Dutchman told the Gazzetta dello Sport: “When I walked into the Inter offices on Monday for the first time, you know who was there? Wesley Sneijder, the idol of all the Dutch guys.”
“He was there for me, waiting for me. It was crazy, I couldn’t believe it. When he had welcomed me I replied, ‘Thanks. I just wanted you, Inter! Now I’m focused on Feyenoord, but I cannot wait to get here.”

Castaignos had apparently turned down offers from Real Madrid and Manchester United and when asked why he had made his choice the 18-yearl old explained his decision.
“Inter Milan are the biggest team in the world with fantastic players in which every boy wants to play. Because they were the first ones to follow me when I was 17. And because they will always win.”
The Dutchman has played 27 times for Feyenoord this season amassing 11 goals. The young starlet has been increasingly compared to Frenchman Thierry Henry and Netherlands U17 manager, Albert Stuivenberg spoke about the same.
“His style of play has something in common with Henry. Some of his team mates have compared him to Henry because he not only plays like him, but also looks like him a bit.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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