Gattuso Ready to Maximize the Potential of Three Young Rossoneri Stars

Gattuso Ready to Maximize the Potential of Three Young Rossoneri Stars

AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso admitted that he was eager to develop the talent of three young players in the main team such as Suso, Franck Kessie and Andre Silva He said he wanted to try new things with the three players.

Gattuso was promoted as head coach of the first team from his previous role as coach of the academy team, following the dismissal of Vincenzo Montella, who failed to meet expectations after being granted freedom in the summer transfer market yesterday.

Former Italy and Milan national team midfielder, Gattuso took over the captain with the club currently in seventh position Serie A.

Different roles for Suso and Kessie

Gattuso admitted ready to give the impression sweet, when getting a challenge from the team that always lose this season Benevento this weekend.

“I am looking forward to working with Suso and learning whether he is only effective in the right wing position and pulling up to bring the ball with his left foot,” Gattuso told reporters.

“Wanted to see that it was true or not and if he could be effective in other positions. I am very excited about it. ”

“I am also looking forward to working with Franck Kessie. He did not really go up as much attacking as he did last season with Atalanta. ”

“There are many interesting challenges for me here, and areas to be addressed. With hard work and time, we can grow. We will not waste time in this situation. ”

Maximize talents Andre Silva

Gattuso also gave his opinion on Andre Silva, who recently joined from Porto for 38 million Euros. The Portugal international striker still has not scored a goal in Serie A.

But it seems that Silva need not worry too much about his place in the first team. The reason Gattuso admitted one of the people who mengidolai 22-year-old striker.

“He’s a very talented player. I think he is a great buy and has done well in Europa League and he is a highly sought after player, he has shown it. ”

“He’s playing for the team and that is one of his strengths. He is happy to pick up the ball, cut inside and I think we should try to get the best out of him and convince him to play as much as possible for the team, rather than as an individual, “concluded the coach who during the play was nicknamed ‘The Italian Rhinos’. (Source: Football-Italy)