Cappella was a joy at Inter’s Camp Nou.
The Inter player has been playing with his own set of rules at the club, despite the fact he is the only Italian player to have been on the pitch for Inter since it was founded in 1928.
Inter is now one of only six Italian clubs to have won the Serie A title.
Cappella said that he was happy to be in Italy, which he was only able to do during his two-year spell in Turin.
He said: “It is a great feeling to be here, as I have always loved it here and it is also a great place to live.
It is a big part of my life and it’s great to be able to play football here.”
Cappelloni said he felt his time in Italy had brought him the greatest memories.
“I felt great.
I played against Real Madrid, I scored a goal against Juventus, I was in the best squad and I had to fight for the team, for the fans.
It was a fantastic experience,” he said.
Inter are in the last two weeks of their domestic league campaign, having been eliminated by Lazio in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie.
Cappa said that it was not easy to leave the club he joined for just €10,000.
“It was difficult, it was a big step, but I’m very happy, happy to have played for Inter,” he added.
“To be honest, I don’t know what I’ll do next year, it’s not easy for me to leave a club like this.”