Florenzi: “Leaving Rome was a blow but Fonseca doesn’t see me …”

VALENCIA (SPAIN) – Alessandro Florenzi broke the silence. The former Roma flag , now loaned to Valencia, wanted to talk about his stormy farewell to the Giallorossi after ten seasons.

Florenzi has made the following statements to Sky Sport:

“Leaving Rome was a big hit for me. I always put the team's interest ahead of mine.

This is why I have always trained with the utmost professionalism without making any controversy .

It was an honor for me to wear the captain's armband of Rome after two legends such as Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi.

I have no grudge against Fonseca , in fact for me he is a great coach but he didn't see me footballing speaking …

I am not only talking about Fonseca but it is clear that I cannot be useful to a coach who prefers a full back one eighty who goes down a little.

I only know that I have always played at Roma, with all the coaches … Rudi Garcia esteems me a lot?

He is a great coach , he is French but he plays a football that would be very good also in Spain.

He always knew how to value me , I played well both as a high and low exterior. If I am physically and mentally well I can play anywhere .

I came to Valencia with Mancini's OK . For me the national team is important, I want to play the European championship. It was important for the coach that I played continuously.

Did the Champions League match between Valencia and Atalanta contribute to the spread of the coronavirus in Italy and Spain? I can't say but luckily I had chickenpox at the time … ".

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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