Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian has talked up a possible return to Italy some weeks before the mid-season transfer window begins.
The Italian international fullback spoke about his desire to return to Italy in a chat with popular Italian media outlet calciomercato.
The 29-year-old confirmed his desire to move back to Italy while he was being asked whether or not he missed his native country.
Darmian also revealed that he bears no grudge against AC Milan when the player was asked about his thoughts ahead of their game against Torino on Sunday.
Matteo Darmian had a largely unsuccessful spell at AC Milan earlier in his career.
Torino and AC Milan are two of his former clubs.
He signed for Manchester United from Torino in a deal worth £12.7m in the summer of 2015.
Darmian signed a four-year contract then til the summer of 2019.
He has just six months left on his current Manchester United deal and that has prompted transfer talks linking him with a move out of the club.
Inter Milan have been touted as a potential transfer destination for him at the end of his Manchester United contract.
He can start to speak with foreign clubs about a potential free transfer move as from the 1st of January.