Zaniolo Opens Up About Transfer Rumors And What Mourinho Says To Solve

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Nicolo Zaniolo, Italian and Roma forward. Came out to open up about rumors of a move to a rival team. In the Serie A arena revealed what manager Jose Mourinho had taught him.

 Italy and Roma star Nicolo Zaniolo has spoken about his relationship with Jose Mourinho. After a season in which they won trophies together. However, Zaniolo Missed out on the field throughout the 2020-21 season. As well as at the European Championships at the end of the season. Due to a cruciate ligament injury. However, he returned last season under Mourinho and scored the winning goal for Roma. When they defeated Feyenoord to winthe Europa Conference League.

         The 22-year-old’s form last season brought him the attention of Serie A clubs. Roma posing a hefty price tag for the Italy international. Recently referred to news reports linking him to UFABET clubs such as AC Milan and Juventus. It’s a pleasure to have interest from big clubs. They think they miss you. It means you are good. Zaniolo told La Gazzetta dello Sport. You train with more motivation. 

         He also opened up about Mourinho in particular. After ever having a disagreement with this Portuguese coach. “Mourinho is a winner. I knew I had to improve on that he said.  Also helped me deal with some situations where in the past. He taught me to remain calm to be quiet on the pitch and to work harder. What I have to do next season is not to be the victim of ridiculous provocations.

         In addition to AC Milan and Juventus, a number of Premier League clubs have been linked to Zaniolo , with Newcastle United reportedly trying to make an offer while Manchester United have been linked. United were also mentioned as a possible destination. But the player is believed to be not keen on a move away from Italy . The 22-year-old, who can play as a winger and as an attacking midfielder for the Giallorossi, is valued at €65 million (56). £million) from the club, however, with Juventus potentially looking for a replacement for Paulo Dybala, who is moving away from Turin. 

         “It’s too real. But of course it’s satisfying,” he said. “He’s a great player. have a unique identity we will see Life is unpredictable and you never know what will happen in the future. I will train and see.” His position at Roma could be affected by their failure to qualify for the Champions League next season, Mourinho’s men finished sixth in Serie A. Eight points behind fourth-placed Juventus. But they were able to play in the Europa League as a result of winning the Europa Conference League .