AC Milan starlet Marco Brescianini has become the latest Rossoneri player to give an insight into his career so far on the club’s Instagram.
We recently did a series looking at three current players from the youth team who are close to potentially cracking the senior side, and Brescianini was the third instalment.
Throughout the 2019-20 season with Milan’s Primavera, Brescianini has played as a central midfielder in all of the 12 games he has featured in. He has contributed with six goals and two assists in those games – averaging a goal every other game.
He is tipped for a bright future at the club, but while football has taken a break due to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency he took the time to respond to questions from fans on Milan’s Instagram page.
On training with the first team: “It is an honour to join the first team for the second year. The very high pace requires a maximum and constant concentration,” he began (via MilanNews).
On the first autograph: “I was incredulous, but very happy.”
On how he will celebrate his first goal: “I think I would celebrate spontaneously.”
On the youth sector: “I entered the Milan academy at the age of 8, I can say that the competence of the various staff I have had is very high.”
On his Milan dream: “I’d like to win a derby as a protagonist.”
On the match against Manchester United in the International Champions Cup: “Being on the field with players I had only seen on TV was a great emotion.”
On being the captain of the Primavera: “It has made me very responsible for my teammates and gave me new stimuli.”
About how he describes himself: “Three adjectives? Reliable, constant and stubborn.”
On his most important quality: “I think it’s determination.”
On what Milan and football mean to him: “Milan are my favourite team and my second family. Football is my life.”
On relegation in 2018-19: “There was a lot of bitterness and regret. But I was confident of regaining our ranking and it happened.”
On his best and his most important goal so far: “The most beautiful goal against Napoli, the most important one against SPAL because it came in the last minute and we won.”
On a return to the field: “These months of quarantine have increased my desire to return to the field. I can not wait to start again.”
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