Copa Libertadores hero Andres D'Alessandro admitted that his football future could lie away from Internacional, but that he first would love the chance to feature in the Club World Championship with the new kings of South America.
D'Alessandro was the linchpin of an accomplished Inter side, which lifted the Libertadores for only the second time in the club's history, and formed a dangerous attacking partnership with players such as Tinga, Taison and Alecsandro. Speaking after the joys of Wednesday however the Argentine admitted that he did not know if he would stay at the club.
"There is always possibilities, you guys know that. But it does not just depend on me. For now, I am an Inter player and I'm not thinking of anything else," the player insisted to Globoesporte.
D'Alessandro has long been linked with a move back to boyhood idols River Plate, and has also caught the attention of various European clubs.
"If another offer was to appear, we will see, I would talk with the directors and with them do what is best for Inter, me and everybody. My idea is to stay here and play the Club World Championship, I have never played it," the 29-year-old added.