Alberto Paloschi has insisted that he wants to stay with Chievo, despite being co-owned by Milan.
The young striker was instrumental in the Gialloblu's 12th place finish this term, scoring seven goals in 20 appearances.
And the 23-year-old has admitted that he is enjoying his football in Verona.
“At Chievo there are solid foundations,” he told Sportal.it. “From the President down to the players – everything works.
“Everybody knows what they're doing here. The club has helped me a lot.
“I had some physical problems this season, but next year I want to get to double figures.
“I do not know what the future holds for me.
“I am co-owned, but I'm sure the right thing will happen in the end. Chievo have given me the chance to play and I want to continue to improve with them.”
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