Mateo Musacchio has revealed that he is happy to be an AC Milan player and to live in Milano, insisting he wishes to remain with the Rossoneri.
The Argentine was one of the first names on the team sheet under Gennaro Gattuso last season and at the beginning of the current campaign, however he has fallen down the pecking order.
Matteo Gabbia and January signing Simon Kjaer appear to be ahead of Musacchio currently in the battle to partner Alessio Romagnoli, with no sign of that changing any time soon.
Last week, Musacchio’s agent gave a lengthy interview with MilanNews during which he expressed frustration at the Rossoneri’s treatment of his client, insisting the defender has struggled with the mental effects of having fallen down the pecking order.
However, Musacchio has answered several questions from fans in a Q&A session on Milan’s Instagram profile and revealed that he is happy at Milan, and his words were transcribed by MilanNews.
What is the best 11 in football history? “I would play with a 4-3-3. In goal Dida, Sergio Ramos and Maldini centre-backs, on the left Roberto Carlos and on the right Cafu. Pirlo in the center, Iniesta and Zidane ahead. Forwards Messi, Maradona and Ronaldo Nazario.”
How do you spend time at home? “I spend time at home doing some training, playing the PlayStation, playing cards; a little bit of everything.”
Best mate tea recipe? “I don’t know the recipe, there are many. The most important thing about mate is that when you drink it, you are with family or friends. ”
Do you miss football? “I miss him a lot, there is also no training. But it’s time to stay all home.”
An adjective to describe your team-mates: “Difficult to give only one adjective. Simo [Kjaer], Ale [Romagnoli], Gabbia and Leo [Duarte] are great players and great professionals. We have a nice group.”
Favourite match with AC Milan? “My favourite game with AC Milan was the debut at San Siro, a dream come true.”
Three best places in Milan? “It’s a beautiful city. I definitely choose the cathedral, the gallery, the whole center and of course San Siro. There are so many beautiful places.”
Is it difficult to manage twins at home? “Obviously it’s not easy, but having twins was the best thing that ever happened to me.”
Is there a difference between La Liga and Serie A? “There are many, especially on a tactical level. Here in Italy there is a lot of work on this aspect.”
Do you have a special program to stay in shape even at home? “I continue the work that the club staff send me, I try to do something different every day.”
A goal to be achieved in AC Milan? “For me, staying here and playing at San Siro is a dream come true, I try to give my best to continue this dream.”
A message to the fans? “I want to send strength, a big hug to everyone. We must all fight together, it is the only way out. Forza Milan.”