Udinese’s midfielder, Lazar Samardzic, recently expressed that he harbors no regrets over the collapse of his potential move to Inter Milan during this summer transfer window.
However, he remains steadfast in his readiness to make a transition to a prominent and illustrious club.
The 21-year-old Samardzic seemed poised to make a switch to Inter Milan, but in the closing phases of negotiations, the deal unexpectedly unraveled.
Speculation circulated that last-minute alterations from Samardzic’s advisors were the key factors leading to the deal’s breakdown.
“It’s never been about money,” the Serbia international told Sky Italia. “But it’s a thing of the past now and I don’t want to talk about it anymore. I’m a person that thinks positively: Udinese is a strong team, an organized club and if I stay another year, it’s perfect for me.
“I want to have a great tournament here, then we’ll see what happens. I feel ready for a big club. I’m 21 and I think in two years at the most I will be even more prepared mentally and physically.”