Florenzi: “My future? We’ll see at the end of the season but I feel good at PSG.”

Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi, who’s currently on loan with PSG, was interviewed today by RMC Sport and discussed his footballing future.

The Italian joined the French side on a loan deal during the latter stages of the summer transfer window despite Roma boss Paulo Fonseca admitting that he wanted to keep him.

The Portuguese tactician revealed last month that he wanted Florenzi to remain after he switched from a 4-2-3-1 formation to a 3-4-2-1, which would have resulted in the 29 year-old being moved from fullback to wingback — a role that most believe is more suited to him.

“My future? Honestly, I haven’t been thinking about it,” Florenzi said.

”PSG is my club right now and I feel good here — but I also respect my past and what I did before coming here. Right now, I’m thinking of giving my best for PSG until the end of the season. We’ll see what happens after.”

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