At the age of 13, Meazza admired Milan but was rejected by them for being too skinny.
He is still considered by many to be the greatest Italian forward of all time, as well as the greatest Italian player of all time.
Meazza was the first Italian football player who became famous worldwide, and the first player with personal sponsors.
He loved his cabriolet, champagne and women and was the only player on the national team who was allowed to smoke.
Meazza was famous for humiliating the best defenders of the era and for sleeping at a brothel the night before a match.
INTER (1927-1940, 1946-1947)
He played 365 matches and scored amazing 247 goals.
An injury put him out of action for most of 1938/39, and after having devoted the best part of his career to Inter, Meazza transferred to AC Milan on November 28, 1940.
In almost a century of rivalry, Meazza is the only man who has ever come close to bridging the chasm between the two clubs.
In Milan shirt he played 37 matches and scored nine goals.
Played 27 matches and scored 10 goals.