Kevin Constant has committed his future to Italian giants Milan. “I want to end my career with this club.”
The Guinea international is about to start his second season at San Siro and he’s keen for many more to follow.
“I’ve now signed definitively for Milan,” said the man, who initially joined on loan and then a co-ownership from Genoa, to France Football.
“I have a five-year contract which is a long time, but, if possible, I would like to stay at this club for the rest of my playing days.”
Constant arrived at San Siro as a midfielder, but he has been converted into a left-back by boss Massimiliano Allegri.
“Milan are a great club and the competition for places here is a good thing,” he added. “It means there are a lot of excellent players in every department.
“Logically I would like to play as many games as possible, but the important thing for me and Mattia De Sciglio is that there is healthy competition between us and that we support each other.”
The 26-year-old Constant has been in Italy since his 2010 move from Chateauroux to Chievo Verona.
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