Bambio, Italy’s former goalkeeper, has told reporters he doesn’t care if people know his name.
The 34-year-old has become a household name after being released from jail in May, having spent nearly four years in jail on corruption charges.
He returned to the Serie A champions after serving a two-and-a-half year sentence in 2016.
“I’m not interested in the media,” Bambini told reporters on Wednesday.
However, the former Inter defender added that the media in Italy is still very friendly.
“When I was in prison, the only thing I really cared about was the media.
But now I’m in the same situation as everyone else, I have no time for it.
I have to be patient and I’m not in a hurry.”
Everyone knows my name, but the only people who have spoken to me are the ones who are here and in the news.
“Bambi’s new book, Bambie comes out on November 12.
He said he has never heard anyone complain about the treatment he received in jail.
Blaming the media for his release, Bambie said: “There are journalists here, but they’re just journalists.
I’ve never heard of anyone talking about me.”
Beside him, Inter goalkeeper Daniele Pippo said Bambis name had become “one of the big problems in Italy” in the past few years.