Milan play French side Caen in a friendly on Sunday, and former player M’Baye Niang has admitted it will be a great occasion.
The young forward left the Ligue 2 side in 2012 for the Rossoneri, and the 18-year-old has conceded it will be great to go back this weekend.
“Leaving Caen was not easy,” he told Milan Channel. “But sometimes you have to make sacrifices.
“I’m glad we’re going back for a friendly – it’s the team I made my professional debut for and I still have a lot of friends there.
“Since I arrived in Italy though, I have matured as a player.”
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