M’Baye Niang has committed his immediate future to Italian giants Milan. “I want to stay here,” he underlined.
The young striker has been linked with a possible move away, with Genoa making their interest known last week.
“I’m happy at Milan and I want to stay,” the former Caen striker told L’Equipe. “I know what I can give to the team and I don’t fear the competition for places.
“I can play as a striker, on the left or right, I’ll play wherever Coach Massimiliano Allegri needs me. I know that I have the qualities to make an impact with this club.”
Niang is an 18-year-old forward who failed to score in 20 League games for the Diavolo last term following his arrival from France.
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