Riccardo Saponara says he’s ready to pull the strings behind two strikers at Milan next season.
The Italian Under-21 international will join the Rossoneri for 2013-14 after the Diavolo bought a half share in him from Empoli in January.
“I was happy in the trequartista role which I was used in at Empoli,” the 21-year-old told Sky Sport Italia.
“I think that could be the role where I can deliver the most. Saying that, I’m ready to be used in any position.
“I am at the total disposal of the club and I want to grow with the utmost humility.
“I did struggle with consistency in the past, but I improved under that aspect in the last campaign which saw me earn the attention of the Rossoneri.”
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is expected to revert back to the 4-3-1-2 system at San Siro next term at the request of owner Silvio Berlusconi.
Saponara is formerly of Ravenna.
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