Sampdoria boss Sinisa Mihajlovic spoke about his team’s future, and the World Cup draw that took place yesterday.
“”Some groups in particular are quite interesting. But to win the tournament, however, you must beat the best” he told Deejay Football Club. “On paper there could be tougher or easier groups, but in a World Cup there are no easy games. Sometimes it’s better to find a storied side than to meet a team like Costa Rica who can trip you up”.
The Serb then turned to his club team “I don’t have any transfer objectives at the moment. For now we need to concentrate on our present and get to the Christmas break, at which point we will make our transfer considerations”.
When asked about bluecerchiati forward Gabbiadini he said “He’s quite versatile, he can play as a first striker, support striker or attacking winger. He has a good left foot, so when he plays wide right he will do well coming in toward the middle. He’s a really good young player: I knew of his potential, but he has truly impressed me”.
“Our season’s objective is to stave off relegation, otherwise I would have stayed at Serbia’s helm”, he concluded.