Milan’s Giacomo Bonaventura spoke to Radio 105 about his career and playing for the Rossoneri.
On his path to get where he is:
I was in the Atalanta youth system and started in Serie C. When I finally arrived in Serie A I wanted to make sure I stayed there.
On if his quality performances will continue:
I always try to do my best for the club and the coaching staff is a huge help. I try to stay away from physical problems/injuries, but we also should thank the trainers and staff. Off the pitch, we dedicate everything to football.
On him dedicating his free-kick goal to the Earthquake victims:
I’m from San Severino Marche which has been hit hard, I dedicated my goal to them as I have family and many friends there. I was hurt when I found out people had to move away from their damaged homes. There I shall dedicate the goal, even if it is a short-lived joy, but it’s a gesture to make us not forget about the victims
My personal goals?
My goal as a young player was to play for a great club, I’m now at Milan and very happy. Now, I have other goals and I want to win with Milan, a club that has won so much in its rich history.
On the youngsters in the squad:
We have to keep working hard in this direction, this is also pleasing the fans who are now filling up the San Siro once again. The fans help us succeed.