MILANO - After the window closed, the Club said goodbye to seven players, who have gone their separate ways after stints with Inter. Players that deserve a good send off and thanks from the fans and the Club.
Kwadwo Asamoah joined the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2018, with ten years of Serie A experience already under his belt. In the his first season with Inter, the Ghanaian made 42 appearances and provided a lot of continuity and experience to the left flank. With eleven games played in the last campaign, Asamoah ends his adventure with his with 53 appearances and three assists.
Tommaso Berni’s story with the Club began many years ago. He joined Inter’s youth sector back in the 90s, joining the first team in 2000/01, without ever featuring in a game. He returned to the Nerazzurri in 2014 and in the six seasons since, the number 46 always displayed a great love for our colours and professionalism.
From his time in the Primavera to his debut in the first team in 2011 in the Champions League, the paths of Inter and Biraghi crossed once again for the 2019/20 season: the left footed full back made 39 appearances scoring three goals, two of which came in the league and the other in the Europa League when he celebrated by kissing the Nerazzurri badge, and seven assists.
151 appearances, 18 goals, 31 assists. Antonio Candreva’s Inter adventure began in 2016/17. His two Derby goals against AC Milan are particularly memorable: in 2016, he cut inside and scored from distance and then there was the chip from the tight angle in 2017. Last season, he began the campaign with a spectacular goal against Lecce, before going on the make a total of 40 appearances, scoring seven and grabbing nine assists.
Godin played 36 times for the Club; 23 in Serie A, two in the Coppa Italia and eleven in European competitions. He scored once. He made his last appearance for Inter in the Europa League final against Sevilla: Godin scored to make it 2-2, becoming only the sixth player to score in the finals of both the Champions League (with Atlético Madrid) and the Europa League.
Arriving at Inter in January 2020, the Nigerian winger made 20 appearances with the Nerazzurri providing five assists: one in particular to remember was the perfect cross to Lukaku in last February’s Derby, where Inter won 4-2.
The Spanish central midfielder spent three seasons with the Nerazzuri, from 2017 to 2020. A round number of 100 appearances (the last coming in Serie A against Napoli) with 5 goals scored- two of which came in his first season with the latter three coming in the 2019/20 season. Borja Valero made an important and vital contribution to the club.