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Milan Left-Back Theo Hernandez: “I’m Grateful to Pioli, in Milan I Feel Loved and I’m Living the Best Moment of my Career”


Milan defender Theo Hernandez says he feels good at Milan on both a ‘sporting and personal level’: “I am totally grateful to this wonderful city.” The Frenchman spoke with Spanish newspaper AS, and discussed his career with the Rossoneri and hopes for the future:

“I FEEL VERY GOOD AT MILAN” “Both on a sporting and personal level, I feel very good here. I am totally grateful to this wonderful city that welcomed me from day one as if it were the home of my life. Everything has been easy from the very beginning. I’ve started a family, I feel loved, and I am very happy.”

“IT’S THE BEST MOMENT OF MY CAREER” “Am I in the best moment of my career? I believe so. It’s true that a player never stops improving, but I think I am at an ideal maturity stage. Furthermore, I feel the confidence of the coach and my teammates, and it shows on the field.”

“PIOLI HAS BEEN FUNDAMENTAL” “Pioli? He is very close to the player and has supported me at every moment. He has given me the utmost confidence so that I could make the most of my qualities, and I have tried to repay him on the field with my work. I am very grateful to him both personally and professionally because he has been instrumental in improving my performances.”

“RETURNING TO REAL? NO ONE KNOWS THE FUTURE” “For Real Madrid, I only have words of gratitude for the strong commitment they made to me at that time. I am someone who likes to look ahead and focus all my thoughts on the present and the most immediate future, but as a grateful person, I hold that great club in my heart. Was I upset for not making it with the Blancos? Perhaps at that time, the ideal circumstances weren’t there for me to demonstrate the potential and enthusiasm I had, but I reiterate my gratitude to them. Coming back? We never know what life will bring, but I live in the present for emotions and professionalism. No one knows the future. There are still many games to face this season with Milan, and I really only think about what I have to do on the field.”


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