Alessandro Florenzi on his future: “We’ll see what happens in June.”

Following last night’s win against Empoli, Alessandro Florenzi – currently on loan at Milan – was briefly asked to talk about his future to Sky Sport.

Recent reports claimed that the ex-PSG man is nearing a permanent move to Milan for a fee of €4.5 million, and his agent, Alessandro Lucci, negotiating with the two clubs to resolve the matter before the end of the season.

The 31-year-old full-back said the other night, “I’m not thinking about my future right now.”

He continued, “Right now I’m just trying to be at the coach’s disposal and we’ll see what happens in June.”

Florenzi has been deemed persona non-grata at Trigoria after refusing to play back-up to Rick Karsdorp before the start of pre-season.

General Manager Tiago Pinto is working on securing a permanent exit for the Italian international.

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