Zielinski Dishes on His Extension and De Laurentiis

Piotr Zielinski touched on his contract in the presser ahead of the Champions League’s tilt versus Union Berlin, alluding to his desire to stay put, as the reports suggest, even though the negotiation with the club has yet to kick into high gear (via SportMediaset).

“I always try to give my best for the team. I’ve been here for seven years, and I’m great in Naples. The team is in good form. I’m happy with how I started this season and will look to improve further to help the squad. We’ll think about Milan match after this important game. We want to win, and we prepared well to have a great performance.”

Zielinski was once labeled an inconsistent player.

“I’ve never considered myself to be that. I believe to be a leader. People can say what they want. I’m content when I can contribute with a goal or an assist, but the group is always the most important thing.”

Zielinski was among the veterans who conversed with Aurelio De Laurentiis to get out of the slump.

“His presence was useful as usual. He spoke with the whole team and those who work in the management. What we said stays in the locker room. It’s positive and very pleasing that the president backs us. Renewal? My agent is handling the talks with the brass. I’m not thinking about that now.”

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