Monza Double Down on Their Stance About Star Midfielder

Andrea Colpani is one of the most talked-about players in Serie A, but Monza CEO Adriano Galliani stated that he wouldn’t transfer in January. The veteran exec spoke with Corriere dello Sport.

“No team has come to us to discuss him yet. He has a five-year contract. It’s December, and we won’t sit down to negotiate for him till June. Carlos Augusto’s position was different. He had less time on his deal and wanted to play for Brazil, so he asked us to join Inter.”

“He was right, as he had never been taken into consideration while he was with us. Instead, he has been called up after a few appearances with the Nerazzurri. The same thing happened when I was at Milan. Wearing those colors was enough to draw the attention of the various national team coaches.”

Galliani backed Massimiliano Allegri amid the ongoing rumors.

“Our relationship grew even stronger after he left the Rossoneri. He has won five titles in a row and lost two Champions League finals against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Real Madrid and Lionel Messi’s Barcelona. What are we even talking about?”

Our Take on Monza, Galliani, and Colpani

While it’s true that they have a lot more leverage than for Carlos Augusto, it’s hard to imagine they won’t take the chance of turning in a massive profit on him, especially with Silvio Berlusconi no longer footing the club. Their director knows better than to pass on an opportunity that might no longer be there in the future.

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