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Roma general manager Tiago Pinto recently spoke to the media about the Giallorossi mercato. But first, he told the story behind Edin Dzeko’s departure from Roma to Inter. He showed that every time a big name left, he brought back another.
“I’m lucky, when Dzeko left for Inter, they wanted to kill me, then I brought Abraham and things calmed down. The second time, I got Dybala, and this time I got Lukaku, thanks to the club. You have to make the players feel important, with the club, the staff, the coaches. It’s not a question of money or contracts, but you have to make them understand that they can be important. I’m a bit superstitious, every session I like to bring one like this, and we’ll see about the next ones,” Tiago Pinto told a press conference. These words were reported by TMW.