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El Shaarawy Cherished Learning Process, Eying Long Future With Milan

Stephan El ShaarawyAc Milan youngster, Stephan El Shaarawy, once again revealed his joy of opting to remain with Milan in the second part of this season as he eventually starting to get more playing time along with trust from coach Massimiliano Allegri.

El Shaarawy stated that he is looking forward to stay as long as possible with his favorite childhood club not only because the youngster feel that playing at the Rossoneri allowed him to learn from plenty quality players around him.

El Shaarawy admitted that during the time rumors highly circulating about his potential loan move from Milan in January, the youngster never had any intention of leaving Milanello as he felt that learning with the champions there would also bring him benefits. The youngster also resembles his characteristic based on his two ‘senior’ teammates, Robinho and Alexandre Pato, who does have some of the 19-years-old characteristic.

“I want to stay at Milan for some time to come. I never wanted to leave when I wasn’t playing. There are so many champions here that I was learning so much from them in training,” El Shaarawy revealed. “Given my characteristics and technique, I feel a bit like Robinho. When it comes to speed and breaking into space, I’m a bit like Alexandre Pato.”

Having been receiving quite a lot of playing time recently, El Shaarawy’s improvement didn’t really go unnoticed by Italian under 21 coach, Ciro Ferarra, who called the youngster once again albeit it was as a replacement for Fabio Borini. The former Genoa youth player has been continuously called up in every national team level and it seems only time would earn him regular place in the under 21 team or maybe even getting into Azzurri’s senior squad sometime in the future.

The 19-years-old actually have already received plenty praises from Allegri, but the tactician is trying to be careful with El Shaarawy’s future as Milan doesn’t want to give too much pressure for such a youngster. The Rossoneri apparently are trying to let the former Padova star growing in a normal way as giving plenty responsibilities in such a young age could disturb ones mentality and eventually halted his growth.

 

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  • Michael Mizzi August 21, 2015, 10:49 pm

    I agree with the sale of kovacic for a few reasons, , since kovacic joined inter milan I have waited and waited to see any positive signs of the potential super star he was touted as being,, but all I seen was a young man who was very ordinary and inconsistent and no matter what coach we had at inter milan kovacic could not assert himself and take control of the midfield and light up seria a with his brilliance,, so to be offerd 25 million for him was a great way of making money as well as saying kovacic was never going to be a star at inter milan because if he couldn’t perform in seria a ,,, A weak league compared to la liga and epl th3n kovacic is just not developing into the player we thought 2hen we payed 15 million for him,, we need a stronger fast confident team leader in th3 midfield to lead the team around park a more tougher ball playing midfielder 2ho is not shy scared or underperforming to often,,, bring in perisic with kondogbia medal, brozovic, jovatic, iccardi up front we will be a great team very soon and 1 more striker to replace polacio as he is not good enough for inter milan

    • David August 30, 2015, 2:40 am

      I understand that Michael. I just think it is too soon to give up on a player with his talent and at his age. Obviously Real Madrid think he is a special talent to pay that sort of money for him

  • zino August 19, 2015, 11:43 am

    Dumb move ever ya all forget pirlo to our rival milan mancini u sooo stupid! What waz the prez thohir thinking???

    • David August 19, 2015, 9:38 pm

      Thohir is all about getting is money backed. All he wanted is for Inter to make a net profit this transfer market.

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