Davide Santon and Mario Balotelli took their school exams on Tuesday, but the question everyone was asking is whether Inter can repeat the treble.
And Santon will have earned full marks for his optimistic answer.
"Can we win the treble again? It is surely possible to repeat it," he told the press as reported by La Repubblica.
The Italian stopper claimed he would have preferred to learn lessons at the World Cup, rather than keep his head in textbooks.
"I am disappointed at not being in South Africa. Unfortunately my knee did not allow me to.
"As for Inter, I don't want to speak about their choices."
And Santon concluded by wishing former teacher Jose Mourinho luck in grasping the nettle in the Real Madrid classroom.
"Mourinho? I want to thank him always and I wish him all the luck possible," he said.
Both players sat their state school final exams in Milan.
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