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AC MILAN, Flamini: "We have the quality at the top level"

08.08.2012 16.49 by TM W  read 1272
Source: goal.com
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"Milan is one of the biggest teams in the world. It is a club that has won everything and it will always be a huge club," Flamini told Goal.com in a phone interview. "It is going to be an important year for Milan and everyone wants to prove that we have the quality at the top level."

"Dzeko? What I can say is he's a great player. From where we are, we don't have much access to other team's players," Flamini said. "But he's a good player and if he can join our team, it will be a great addition to the quality of the team."

"Yes, they have more on their shoulders now, but I'm sure they will like it," Flamini insisted. "Everyone is very together [at Milan]. It's important to work hard and play together."

"For me, it was important to stay because last year I didn't have the opportunity to play because I got injured. I didn't want to leave under this condition," Flamini stated.

With two vital midfield cogs in Seedorf and Gattuso leaving, Flamini is expected to cement a consistent role but he won't get ahead of himself.

"My goal is to be ready by the end of August because we start our season then," said Flamini. "I'm just focused on my preparation."

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