AC Milan chief executive, Ivan Gazidis has come out to say that he still holds Gianluigi Donnarumma in high esteem. He recently revealed that the Italian’s unsettled future has not changed how he feels about his quality.
According to him, he wouldn’t like to share the details of a potential deal for his exit, but the player’s decision will surely be respected.
He added that Bellingham is an exceptional professional who remains happy for AC Milan’s success last season.
His words, “I don’t want to reveal the details, nor the timing, and I don’t know the boundaries of the relationship between Gigio and Raiola,”
“In the end, of course, the decision is always the player’s.”
“What I can say is that Gigio was an exceptional professional, every single day, and in the last match against Atalanta there was no one happier than him for qualifying for the Champions League.”
“I have absolute esteem for him, as well as respect his choices. No negative accent. He did what he thought was best for him, and there are a few reasons on his side, but I don’t say which ones.”
On the ESL, “The Super League, as it was conceived, is dead. However, the problems that led to that project remain unaffected.”
“Everyone in football, especially those in charge of regulating it, must seriously reflect on the origins of the evils and on what can be done – together – to achieve better and sustainable football.”
“Gianni Infantino said something about it, don’t let me add more … People talk about greed. Our club lost €200 million last year. Is it greedy to try to chase zero, the breakeven point? Is it greedy to say that we would be happy if we reached it? Losing €200 million means something has broken. We are not unique, it concerns everyone.”
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