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AC MILAN, Bakayoko: "Good to be important for the team now. I'm in love with Piatek"

19.02.2019 14.27 by Claudio Colla  read 969
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Interviewed by RMC Sport, French defensive midfielder Tiemoué Bakayoko (24) stated: "I think I'm an important player for AC Milan now. And I want to aid the team accomplish the great outcomes it deserves. I was just playing some excerpts in the beginning, and people were judging me on the spot. But when I got the chance for a steady presence on the pitch, everything improved. Piatek? I'm in love with him, football-wise. It's a pity we didn't make it in Europa League, though. My current aims? Next season Champions League pass, and being surprised by getting named for French national team".

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