Lille, Tiago Djaló: "AC Milan allowed me contacts with other clubs to grow"

Lille, Tiago Djaló: AC Milan allowed me contacts with other clubs to grow

MILAN SOCCER MARKET - Today Lille, the team of the French Ligue 1, presented the new purchase Tiago Djaló, class 2000, Portuguese central defender purchased outright by Milan for 5 million euros in the operation that brought his compatriot, the striker Rafael Leao, born in 1999, in the court of Marco Giampaolo.

These are the declarations of Tiago Djaló at the press conference: “Good morning everyone. I am very happy to reach Lille. I will give my best to repay the trust of those who gave me this superb opportunity to come here - Tiago Djaló began -. Milan has allowed me to have contacts with other clubs in order to continue growing. I talked a lot with Luis Campos: his trust, and the season he had spent since Lille, immediately made me want to come here to Lille. "

Tiago Djaló then continued: “Before signing here, I spoke a lot with my great friend Rafael Leao, with whom I played for four years in Portugal. He spoke to me very well about this club and its way of playing. After this discussion, I had only one goal: to sign with Lille. My welcome? It went very well. The fact that many players speak Portuguese made things a lot easier, but the reception of the French speakers was also very good. I'm really in the best conditions here. "

The Lusitanian defender, formerly Sporting Lisbon, therefore concluded: “I have been playing central defender for five years, before I was a defensive midfielder. I usually play on the left side of the defense, because it allows me better to go out ball on foot with my right. I hope to do really great things alongside José Fonte, an experienced player and a Portuguese international. I hope to do great things together. " To get to know better, however, Rafael Leao, the new AC Milan shoulder by Krzysztof Piatek, continue reading & gt; & gt; & gt;

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