AC Milan's striker score for Poland while on international duty this week and spoke to the press claiming he is expecting to change clubs again. He is looking to double his value by the time that happens despite his horrendous start to the season.
Krzysztof Piatek spoke to the media agency TVP Sport via Sempre Milan to state,
“When I moved to Milan it all happened so fast that I didn’t even ask questions,” he said.
“I was focused on work, in football yes It’s always about setting new goals. Now I’m worth 38 million, the next time I change clubs, I’d like to be worth 60-70 million.
“I have to be ambitious, I’ll work for it, I’m at the beginning of my career, it’s only my second season in Serie A, one of the top five championships.”
Piatek to TVP Sport: “It’s important to constantly set new goals in football. My transfer costed €38 million and I will do everything to make my value €60-70 million when I change clubs again. I have to have ambition. I’m still at the start of my career.” pic.twitter.com/le4wfEcHQj— Milan Eye (@MilanEye) November 18, 2019
He went on to say, “I look in the mirror and look for the blame inside of me. At the beginning, as a team, we didn’t create so many opportunities. We’re improving, I’m going to shoot again.
“For Italian journalists, one day you’re the soccer pope and the next day you’re the worst player. I accept it. Nobody put themselves in my shoes, the covers of the newspapers don’t touch me.”