Michael Agazzi is ‘determined’ to do well at Milan following his move from Chievo, and will ‘give everything’ for his new club.
The 30-year-old was presented as a Rossoneri player this afternoon after his switch from the Flying Donkeys was confirmed.
And the goalkeeper is ready for the challenge he will undoubtedly face at San Siro.
“With humility and determination I will be ready to give my all whenever I am called upon,” he told a Press conference.
“I’ll put everything in to improving.
“I’d like to take a moment to thank [Chievo President Luca] Campedelli, who gave me the chance to play in Serie A.
“I’ve never considered myself a truly great goalkeeper. I’ve always taken my career in small steps, but now I’m at Milan.
“I will do everything to be a success here. I want to be ready for the new season.
“I will improve every day at this club. I’ll be like a sponge – soaking up every bit of knowledge.
“I’ve already spoken with the new Coach. He seems determined and eager to take Milan back to the top.”
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