Gerard Deulofeu has revealed that he is supporting AC Milan in their bid to win the Scudetto and declared himself ready to join a top club again.
Deulofeu spoke during an interview with AS about a number of different topics including whether this is the best moment of his career, reflecting on his time at Milan and what the future might bring for him.
“Before I was very irregular, now I’m at a point in my life where everything I do has a meaning. When things happen to me, I’ve worked on them before, I see them coming. Family, mental attitude, physical sacrifice, team: everything works and influences,” he said (via Calciomercato.com).
Deulofeu joined Milan from Everton in January of 2017 on a six-month loan deal making 18 appearances, scoring four goals and adding three assists. A number of outlets suggested that the deal could be made permanent, but his former club Barcelona swooped in and exercised their buy-back clause.
“I think the performances were similar, but the understanding and organisation of my work was not at the current level. Today I understand the game like never before and I know what the rest of the team are asking of me. That’s why I have consistency,” he said.
“My name linked to top italian clubs? At the moment they are just rumours. I realise that I would like to make a leap, but everything has its own process and I am very happy at Udinese. What I have clear is that I am 28 years old and the best of my career is yet to come.”
On the Scudetto race, Deulofeu added: “I hope and pray that Milan will win, of course. I am their fan. They have a small advantage, but they can no longer fail because I think Inter will win in the three remaining games.”