Michelangelo Albertazzi is back at Milan and admits that it is ‘an honour’ to be recalled by the Rossoneri.
The 23-year-old has spent the last three seasons at Getafe, Varese and Verona learning his craft.
But after the San Siro agreed to re-sign him on a permanent basis, the youngster has conceded his delight at being back.
“It’s an honour to be here again,” he told a Press conference. “I’ll certainly give my all every time I step on the pitch.
“I have more experience now and I’m sure I will get even better at Milan with the coaching staff we have here.
“There is a lot of competition here, but I am ready to learn from my teammates and the Coach.
“My experiences in Serie A and B have made me grow as a player, but I am convinced I am good enough for this team.
“It is an honour to be back here and I want to continue along the path I have been following.
“I know the Coach has great enthusiasm and wants to see the fans celebrating again.”
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