Schelotto: ‘No club or agent’

Ezequiel Schelotto has gone from Italy international and Inter hero to without a club or agent, so explained his situation.

The winger famously burst into tears when he scored for Inter in a 1-1 Derby della Madonnina draw in February 2013.

He was born in Argentina, but moved to Italy in 2008 and played for the Azzurri at Under-21 and senior level.

Schelotto terminated his contract with Inter by mutual consent on deadline day and revealed his thinking to Tuttomercatoweb.

Ezequiel Schelotto has gone from Italy international and Inter hero to without a club or agent, so explained his situation.

The winger famously burst into tears when he scored for Inter in a 1-1 Derby della Madonnina draw in February 2013.

He was born in Argentina, but moved to Italy in 2008 and played for the Azzurri at Under-21 and senior level.

Schelotto terminated his contract with Inter by mutual consent on deadline day and revealed his thinking to Tuttomercatoweb.

“Along with my family, I decided to terminate the contract with Inter, though I had another two years left to run,” said the 26-year-old.

“I wasn’t part of the Coach’s plans and didn’t want to be just left out, so termination allows me to sign for another club even outside the transfer window.

“I do not have an agent anymore. My family and I are evaluating various offers. Many teams contacted me via intermediaries. I am working this way to find the best option for my future.

“I want to carry on playing in Italy and have until December 28 to find a club. If not, I’ve been asked to go back to Argentina and I’m thinking about it.

“I just want to clarify that anyone who wants to sign me has to directly call me, not anyone else.

“Palermo had asked after me, but on deadline day they decided the squad didn’t need anything else, so we didn’t finish the move. I stayed home, waiting for news. With only a few hours to go, I decided to terminate the contract with Inter.

“I only really played there for six months, then made my mark on loan at Parma and Chievo. I’d have liked for more of a chance, but at least people realised I am a humble guy who gave my all for the jersey.

“I might not have delivered what they were expecting, but with a little more time I would’ve been of use to Inter. I thank the fans who write to me via Twitter, as they’ve understood where I’m coming from. I hope Inter can have a great season and get back into Europe.

“I tried everything to stay on at Chievo and if others had made the same effort I did, right now I’d be wearing the Chievo Verona shirt.

“From my last day there I heard nothing more from the directors. It’s all water under the bridge. I know I behaved the right way and it’s a pity others didn’t do the same.”

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