BERGAMO – Alejandro Gomez debuts in the world of children's comics . To announce it is himself through a post on Instagram.
“Once upon a time there was a child who lived in a distant country, Argentina, and had a dream: to become a footballer.
This is my story. Hope you like it. #ciaosonoilpapu ".
So the Atalanta champion, at least for the next few weeks, will split between the playground and bookstores to present his new comic series.
Gomez is not only talked about for comics but also from a transfer market perspective .
“The three tenors, Gomez, Ilicic and Zapata, will stay in Bergamo for some time.
Today everyone comes to Atalanta willingly, we are on everyone's lips for the results and for what we are doing ".
The manager of the technical area of the Lombard club, Giovanni Sartori, thus confirms to Sky Sport the management line that has led Gasperini's team to excel in the championship and in the Champions League, denying those who always see it as ready to sell the best pieces.
“Each year we sell one element, maximum two, but to reinvest to become stronger. I think of Muriel, Zapata, Malinovsky and De Roon.
Everyone has been watching our accounts in the sales but few have looked at how much we have invested. "
Sartori said, who announced that Pasalic has been working on the two maturing loans for some time:
"We are trying to redeem Pasalic from Chelsea, while for Tameze we are talking to Nice to extend the loan and then exercise the right of redemption at the end of the season."
A few days after the resumption of the championship, Atalanta has eyes on the Champions League too.
"We have understood in recent years that Europe is a beautiful thing – said Sartori -.
Without the interruption we would have reached the quarters in an optimal psycho-physical condition and we would have had our say.
We will try to pass the round, the coach's mentality has been fundamental to make Atalanta so solid ". (source ANSA).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano