Inter 'dream' for Benteke

Christian Benteke's agent admits playing for Inter Milan would be a 'dream' for the Aston Villa striker, but he could stay with the Premier League side.

Last Updated: 26/03/13 at 18:40 Post Comment

Christian Benteke: Linked with a move to Inter Milan

Christian Benteke: Linked with a move to Inter Milan

The Belgian forward has been in fine form since his £7million switch from Genk last summer, netting 17 times for Paul Lambert's side.

While the 22-year-old could stay if Villa remain in the Premier League, agent Eris Kismet admits if a big club like Inter were to make an offer, they would evaluate it.

He told interlive.it: "I have had no contacts with Inter personally and I don't know if the two clubs have spoken about him. Certainly Inter is one of those clubs where Christian dreams of playing.

"A move in the summer? In football everything is possible if the three parties find a solution that makes everyone happy.

"Benteke has a good relationship with the manager Paul Lambert and if Aston Villa will remain in the Premier League he could stay, since he is fine with the club and with the fans.

"But if a big club like Inter were to make an offer, we'll evaluate it."

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