Napoli, Insigne: “I miss the Azzurri, I’m happy in Canada”

NAPLES INSIGNE – Napoli continues its work in view of the next commitments. The Partenopei, who came out unscathed 0-0 in the match against Espanyol are preparing for Serie A.

Napoli, Insigne: “I miss the Azzurri, I’m happy in Canada”

The former captain of Napoli, Lorenzo Insigne, spoke to the microphones of Rai Radio 1. He talked about various topics related to the farewell of Mertens and Koulibaly, but also about how he is in Canada. Here are the words of the former Neapolitan:

On the MLS:

The Major League surprised me because there are all great facilities, new fields and very nice stadiums. On a physical level it is very demanding because you run a lot. It’s a good championship and I hope it will grow more and more to bring the prestige of the European championships closer ”.

About Naples:

A Toronto I feel good and I am starting to study the language. That’s right, to understand the people, my teammates and the coach. I miss everything about Napoli and as soon as I have time I will definitely come back to find friends and relatives and follow Napoli closely ”.

On the farewell of Mertens and Koulibaly:

I’m so sorry that me, Mertens, Koulibaly and even Ghoulam left together. We are very sorry because we have given so much to Napoli and there is regret, but life is like this. Surely all three of us will always remain attached to Naples and will always cheer for Napoli ”.

On the disappointments, between Italy and Naples:

More disappointed by the failure to qualify for two World Cups with Italy or by the Scudetto lost in a hotel in Florence? These are two serious disappointments, because not participating twice in a World Cup is very hard, especially seeing it on TV. Then as regards having lost the Scudetto with Napoli, as a Napoli fan, it hurts. They are two open wounds and I hope that they will slowly close and move forward. I hope that both the national team and Napoli will reach as high as possible “.


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