Valentina Giacinti’s lawyer has spoken out about her situation with AC Milan and about why it has been a difficult period for the striker recently.
During a live event called Replay, which is a collaboration between Alessandro Jacobone and MilanNews, Luis Vizzino, who is Valentina Giacinti’s legal advisor, spoke about the forward’s relationship with AC Milan. In particular, he spoke of the turmoil the forward is experiencing with the team.
“I think that professional relationships can have a beginning and that they can end and start over. It is part of life, work, and sport. Then other relationships go beyond the professional ones and this is the relationship that exists between Valentina and Milan today,” he said.
“It is a relationship of mutual love, as Valentina gives so much to Milan because she is still a Milan player, and she gives so much to Milan and she will continue to give a lot to the team. Milan has also given a lot to Valentina. From this point of view, there is a superb relationship with the Milan management, and this has made Valentina a bit sadder [in terms of the current conflict with the team].
“It is clear that when certain choices are made and when there are certain feelings, then everything becomes more difficult. To date, nothing is certain, and in football, everything can happen and change in a short amount of time.
“Valentina is a top footballer and many clubs are interested in her. She remained at Milan this past summer for the love of the team, despite there being other proposals. We’ll see what happens, and maybe in June, she’ll be back at Milan and she can begin anew again, better than before.”
Giacinti is currently close to moving to Fiorentina on a loan deal as both Alessandro Jacobone and Cartellino Rosa reported. The key is that the Tuscan side are happy to take her on loan as opposed to Roma, with the Giallorosse instead looking for the potential of a permanent deal.
AC Milan will resume league play this Saturday when they take on Hellas Verona. Kickoff time will be at 14:30 CET. And they’ll do so without their former star forward.