Legendary Inter defender Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Bergomi has spoken off the back of Sebastiano Esposito making his Champions League debut in mid-week for Inter in the 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund.
Esposito came off the bench around the hour mark of the game at San Siro and replaced Romelu Lukaku and went on to make a positive impact.
“At that age you do not realise and only understand later the greatness of what you have lived. He is a responsible boy, who wants to grow up and then he is in the right hands, those of Antonio Conte,” he said in an interview with today’s paper edition of Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Roberto Samaden has been doing an extraordinary job with the academy for years now. I think about when it was said that a deputy to Romelu Lukaku was missing and the club pointed out: Sebastiano Esposito is there. There are clear ideas which is really good.”