‘Bacca wants Champions League’

by | Nov 18, 2015 11:05

Carlos Bacca's agent says the player 'does not regret choosing Milan' as they have a common objective: the Champions League.

The Colombian striker notched six goals for the Rossoneri out of a mere nine shots on target and has already established himself as one of the team's most essential players.

“Carlos and his family are very happy in Milan,” said his agent Sergio Barila, in an interview with Tuttomercatoweb. “With the city, the supporters and the club everything is going wonderfully.

Carlos Bacca's agent says the player 'does not regret choosing Milan' as they have a common objective: the Champions League.

The Colombian striker notched six goals for the Rossoneri out of a mere nine shots on target and has already established himself as one of the team's most essential players.

“Carlos and his family are very happy in Milan,” said his agent Sergio Barila, in an interview with Tuttomercatoweb. “With the city, the supporters and the club everything is going wonderfully.

“Bacca is a player of an absolute level. He has scoring in his blood, and his performances can help Milan reach their objectives.

“He is completely integrated in [Coach Sinisa] Mihajlovic's project and he certainly doesn't intend to stop at six goals for this season.

“Milan's project is new and ambitious, it will take time. Carlos is happy and I think the club's happy about him, too.

“With work and patience the team's results will become more consistent. Bacca and I are sure of that because the team's groundwork is solid.

“There are no regrets. Bacca chose Milan because they are a prestigious club and he wanted a new leap in quality in terms of his career, after winning very much with Sevilla.

“He wants to help bring back the Rossoneri where they deserve to be, on the most prestigious stage in Europe.”

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