Leonardo Bonucci has reassured fans about his future and said he thinks Argentina will win the World Cup.
Bonucci joined the Rossoneri last summer from Juventus and was given the captain’s armband, but there are voices in Italy that claim that he could leave should Milan be excluded from the Europa League for their breach of the Financial Fair Play.
“Milan fans are worried about my future? There’s no problem whatsoever, let’s hope that the rumours that are circulating are resolved and everything is silenced to build something important,” Bonucci, who is currently on vacation in Canada with Giorgio Chiellini and yesterday attended the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, told Sky.
“What Milan point for? Milan certainly aim to return to the Champions League, to get back in the race and compete for the big objectives. Who will win the World Cup? I say that Argentina will win. What a shame to not be in Russia [Italy did not qualify for the first time since 1958]…”
The Diavolo will learn their fate in about 10 days when UEFA will communicate to them whether they’ll be in Europe or not. La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Milan are moderately pessimistic.