Robin Olsen: “I don’t know what my future holds”.


Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen was interviewed today by Swedish outlet expressen.se while on national team with Sweden and addressed his future.

The former Copenhagen man arrived at Roma in 2018 but had a nightmare initial campaign in the Italian capital. Olsen was subsequently sent to Cagliari on a dry loan last season before returning to Rome following his loan spell.

“I played a lot in the national team and I played in all of the matches up until Christmas at Cagliari,” he said.

“It’s been a while since I last played, but I’ve trained well. I’m here and I’m confident.”

“Next season? It’s a good question. I don’t know, I’m here now with the national team and I’m focused, and we’ll see what happens”.

“A lot of things have been written in recent years, whether it’s been the summer or winter transfer window. I’m used to it, this doesn’t bother me. I know what is discussed between me, the club and my agent”.

”I don’t spend energy reading what’s being written about which clubs want me”.

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