Bertolacci dreams of Roma return

Fresh from scoring his first goal in Serie A, Lecce’s Andrea Bertolacci has spoken to Sky Sport 24 of his desire to return to Roma once his loan spell ends:
“It is obvious that as a [Roma] fan I dream of forever playing for the team of my heart.”
But the 20-year-old, who only made his league debut recently, for now has his mind on the job at hand concerning the Salentini: “At the moment I will do everything I can to help Lecce remain in Serie A.”
I Giallorossi defeated Juventus 2-0 on Sunday to assist their bid for survival with Bertolacci sealing the result early in the second half by beating goalkeeper Marco Storari. The youngster was at a loss for words to express the feeling: “Only yesterday I realised what really happened. It is an indescribable emotion.”
Bertolacci is most comfortable as a defensive midfielder, and comparisons have already been made to a fellow Roman – Daniele De Rossi: “The comparison to De Rossi? For me it is an honour as I am a Roman. Although to even compare me at this stage to Ledesma is an honour.”
While Bertolacci was on cloud nine following his goal and teams victory, his parent club lost a seemingly un-loseable match; subsequently Claudio Ranieri resigned and Vincenzo Montella is at the helm: “I am sorry to see what is happening to Roma at the moment, but Montella is a great person and will do well. I hope they can move quickly back up the ladder.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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