Former Roma manager Fabio Capello shared his views on the rumors surrounding Nicolò Zaniolo in an interview with Il Messaggero.
“I wish Zaniolo good health. That’s the most important thing for him,” he told the Italian newspaper.
“He shouldn’t worry about the future. He already plays for Roma, a big club.”
When asked about the coach of the year award in Serie A, Capello replied, “Piolo and Mourinho.”
“Pioli because he got Milan back to winning ways. Mourinho because, once again, he proved to be a coach of international status.”
“José’s success with Roma was a very important one,” he added.
“And for those who claim the Conference League is a third tier competition I say, at the end of the day, on the trophy it will forever read ‘Roma’.”