Fabio Parisi has been linked to several teams, but he won’t leave Empoli in January, according to the club’s president Fabrizio Corsi. After receiving the Maestrelli prize, he spoke with Tuttomercatoweb.
“It’s an important prize that pleases me and pushes me to improve even more. We will restart knowing that a new season begins. We prepared well and will try to do the best we can. I’ve always dealt minor physical issues, but I’ve been fit this year and I want to keep playing as I have been doing. Being called up by the national team is my dream. I hope to become a staple.”
“Empoli closed the first half by winning and we aim to keep going. Avoiding relegation remains our goal. We’ll try to achieve it as soon as possible. We have an excellent coach that keeps everybody focused.“
Despite his great demand, Parisi will remain in the next window.
“The rumors don’t affect me. It’s satisfactory to know that big clubs are after me, but I’m fully focused on the Azzurri. We’ll discuss the transfer market in June. This side has always been a hotbed for youngsters, and there’s a lot of work behind it. Important players are breaking out this year too.”
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The fullback revealed his idol.
“Lionel Messi. He’s extraordinary. I’m a fan and it was moving to see him win the World Cup. Instead, as far as my role is concerned, I draw inspiration from Roberto Carlos.”
Opinion on Parisi
He won’t transfer sides in January, but it will be intriguing to see whether a team has the resources to sign him early in order to bring him over in June ahead of the tournament.
Empoli won to end the first half, and we hope to continue. Our continuing objective is to prevent relegation. We’ll work to complete it as quickly as we can. We have a great coach who keeps everyone on task.
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