Alessandro Florenzi: “I’m disappointed I wasn’t able to win something with Roma.”

Former Roma captain Alessandro Florenzi, who spent this past season at Milan on loan, discussed his campaign while on national team duty with Italy.

The 31 year-old has spent the previous two and a half years away from the Italian capital, experiencing loan spells at Valencia and PSG before joining the Rossoneri last summer and capturing his first league title as a professional.

“Throughout my time at Milan, I noticed many similarities to Italy’s Euro 2020 champion squad,” he said during the Azzurri’s training session.

“It’s difficult to explain but there was a certain feeling within the team at Milan, my teammates didn’t understand what I meant but you could feel it. I was glad I ended up being right.”

As for his former employers Roma, Florenzi conceded he’s disappointed in not having won a trophy during his time with the club.

“I really would’ve liked to have been there to celebrate the Conference League victory, but it’s not as if I would’ve been able to do it incognito. I’m just sorry I wasn’t able to win something with Roma.”

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