New Paris Saint Germain central midfielder Thiago Motta has spoken for the first time since his 10m Euro Inter exit, and thanked the club for his time with the Nerazzurri.
“I never had a problem at Inter. The decision to come to PSG was a personal and professional one, I felt that it was the right time to change. To play at Inter was a priviledge,” he told Tuttosport.
“I won a lot in Milan, many things changed, also the coaches, but I always played, and when you play it means things are going fine. I thank everyone there, first and foremost the president (Moratti), who has also given me this new opportunity.”
The Brazilian-born Italy international had spent two and a half seasons at Inter, making 55 league appearances, and was part of Jose Mourinho’s Champions League winning side of 2009/10.