Pazzini calm over future

by | Jun 1, 2015 19:26

Milan striker Giampaolo Pazzini says he is ‘calm’ over his future, despite his contract expiring this summer.

The 30-year-old scored what could be his last goal for the club in Saturday’s win over Atalanta, but says he’s not worried about his future.

“I’m happy to have scored a goal to end the season well,” Pazzini told Milan Channel.

“Scoring a penalty is never easy, because you’re expected to score them, so you’ve got everything to lose.

Milan striker Giampaolo Pazzini says he is ‘calm’ over his future, despite his contract expiring this summer.

The 30-year-old scored what could be his last goal for the club in Saturday’s win over Atalanta, but says he’s not worried about his future.

“I’m happy to have scored a goal to end the season well,” Pazzini told Milan Channel.

“Scoring a penalty is never easy, because you’re expected to score them, so you’ve got everything to lose.

“[CEO Adriano] Galliani said he’ll meet with those whose contracts are expiring soon, we’re all calm.

“The role of striker is an important one, and each has his own characteristics. I try to always make myself available to help the team.”

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