Inter’s Ezequiel Schelotto is convinced he’ll have an international future with Italy even though he’s presently looking for a new club.
The wide player has been made available for transfer by the Nerazzurri, at the request of boss Walter Mazzarri, less than a year after arriving from Atalanta.
“I thank Italy CT Cesare Prandelli for giving me a chance in the blue shirt,” the man who was actually born in Argentina told the Diario Publicable.
“I would have liked a chance at the European Championship last summer, but I will have other opportunities.”
The 24-year-old’s international career currently stands at just the four minutes he was given in an August 2012 friendly loss to England.
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