The defender brought from Valencia said in an interview that he wants to stay with the Rossoneri until the end of his football career.
At the moment Milan is not in a very good period. After the victory from yesterday evening against Catania (1-0) the grouping from San Siro is barely ranked eighth in the Serie A standings.
However, you should keep in mind that AC Milan is one of the biggest clubs in the world, the Rossoneri having already won the most trophies at European level.
After the arrival of Clarence Seedorf at the helm, Adil Rami was one of the most used players from Milan squad. The 28-year-old quarterback transferred from Valencia has had increasingly better developments, and now said he wants to stay at San Siro until the end of his career.
“Milan will return to winning because it is a great club that has made the history of football,” Rami told Corriere dello Sport.
“As a boy I saw [Alessandro] Nesta play and he became my role model. I then played in Milan and they have become my reference.
“Indeed now that I’m here, I want to end my career with the Rossoneri.” added the French defender.