Nicolo Zaniolo has expressed his excitement to be back on the pitch against HJK Helsinki following his arm injury, as well as his uncertain future at Roma, which was discussed in the summer
The 23-year-old forward has been linked with a move away from the Italian capital in recent months, with some reports suggesting Juventus want him in their squad. Despite this uncertainty, Zaniolo stayed in Rome, becoming an integral part of Jose Mourinho’s squad.
Speaking at the press conference, Zaniolo first spoke about why his recovery from the arm injury was difficult.
“It’s never good to be out, it’s an experience that feels unfair. With an injured arm I could train, can do anything but fall. The coach asks me to be ready and I felt that I was ready against Empoli”.
He has left behind the summer, where he was constantly linked with a move away from Rome.
“It was not an exceptional summer for me, they always say that I will leave but then I stayed, these are speculations and thoughts that you have”.
“I still have a year and a half contract with this club, but I don’t want to talk about it now because we are focused on playing against HJK Helsinki and Atalanta this week and I am focused on these two games now,” he said. he said.