Monchi: “Spalletti’s words? I lost three seconds of my life reading them.”


Monchi to SportMediaset before Udinese-Roma:

Spalletti’s words were born from? Do they bother you?
I lost three seconds of my life reading them. I don’t want to discuss things that don’t contribute positively to my team. I have great respect for Luciano, I spent a month and a half with him, but now I am focused on Roma. We are about to face the most important moment of the season, we’re only thinking about the pitch.

What is the minimum goal for Di Francesco?
We must not look so far forward, but only at today’s match. It’s a difficult match against a team that is doing well after Oddo’s arrival. The trust in Eusebio is very high, he is working well.

Is there a Udinese player you’re watching?
If I say so it will be everywhere tomorrow (laughs). The body of work that Udinese have put created for years is beautiful, they continuously bring in and sell young players. Even today there are 4-5 important youngsters who will probably be sold.

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