Inter keeper Andre Onana revealed his insight on the Nerazurri’s Champions League final fixture against Manchester City in Istanbul.
Despite campaign filled with numerous purple patches, the Beneamata have managed to win two domestic trophies, finish within the top four of the Serie A, and reach the Champions League final for the first time in 13 years, since they have last won it under Mourinho within a 2-0 victory against Bayern Munich in Madrid.
Since arriving to Inter on a free transfer from Ajax last summer, Onana has played a vital role in helping Inter turn their troublesome season around as he obtained 18 clean-sheets across all competitions within his first campaign under Inzaghi.
While speaking to English media outlet Evening News, via FcInter1908, the 27 year-old revealed his thoughts regarding the match, as well as his emotions on the eve of arguably the most significant game within his footballing career:
“They are probably the best team in the world, but they have to prove it on Saturday. We will be there to defend and represent Inter, to make history. It won’t be easy, but they have to prove they are the best. Why shouldn’t I be relaxed? I am calm. I have no pressure, we have no pressure. We know it won’t be easy but we’ll be there.”
Julian Faustini Ι GIFN