On-loan Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo is believed to be planning a move back to Argentina after being left unused at Inter Milan for disciplinary reasons, Goal.com reports.
The 29-year-old left the Saints after a number of violent incidents, one being a clash with teammate Jose Fonte and the other a touchline argument during a draw against Newcastle United back in 2013.
Before his switch to the Premier League, he was also suspended by his former side Roma for punching Erik Lamela.
His loan move to Inter didn’t improve his personality, and he isn’t likely feature for the Serie A side anymore after being banned for missing a training session.
Milan vice-president, Javier Zanetti, has revealed that Osvaldo is likely to be let go as they prepare to negotiate the terms of his termination.
The Argentinian forward admitted that he is keen on making a return to Argentina, with Boca Junior being his dream destination.
“Argentina? I woud certainly like to return,” he told Tyc Sport. “I have never played in the Primera Division. I especially missed playing at the highest level with Huracan.
“But my real dream, which I’ve had since I was a child, is to play for Boca Juniors.”