ROME – " Zaniolo ? What he wants counts between staying at Rome or leaving. If he wants to play his career for a jersey he has to do what he feels because if he stays at Roma just because the fans want it, it doesn't work ": that's how Gabriel Batistuta in an interview with Simona Rolandi that will be broadcast this afternoon on RaiDue and which Raisport gave an anticipation to ANSA.
Batistuta: "Federico Chiesa? Sometimes it is better to stay where you live well ".
Former Fiorentina and Roma striker also talks about the young viola striker Federico Chiesa, object of desire of many clubs: "Sometimes it is better to stay where you are comfortable – the words of Batistuta – rather than going to win a championship or a cup where don't live well ”.
Batistuta, a career at the top of Fiorentina and Roma: he won the Scudetto in the Giallorossi.
Batistuta grew up in the youth of the Newell's Old Boys, he also played at home for River Plate and Boca Juniors, obtaining the Argentinian title in 1991. Arrived in Italy, he wore the Fiorentina jersey for nine years, with which he won an Italian Cup and an Italian Super Cup: during the 1990s he was the captain of the viola team.
Having moved to Rome, he won the 2000-2001 championship and an Italian Super Cup, then moving to Inter. In 2005 he finished his career in Qatar in the Al-Arabi ranks. After retiring, he served on the Argentine national team's technical staff and served as technical secretary at the Colón de Santa Fe.
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Source: Blitz Quotidiano