Milan midfielder Mathieu Flamini has told Milan Channel that the club’s main aim for this season’s is achieving European glory.
After conquering Italy for the first time since 2004, Milan is setting their sights on an eighth European crown in the upcoming season, said the French international.
“Milan is thinking of the Champions League, that is obvious. For the club and for the squad it is an important objective. We must try and go as long as possible in this competition.
“It is important to win every year. Last season we won the Scudetto, now we must win again this season and always go towards this direction.”
Flamini, who will miss the Italian Super Cup against Inter on August 6th due to a muscle injury, says the team is looking good but must continue to work hard.
“After this first week of training I feel good. We have worked a lot and we hope to make a good start to the championship.
“In the friendly I saw a good squad, we scored many goals, but this is only the first match. It is important to continue to work had to be ready for the start of the championship.”
Milan defeated semi-professional side Solbiatese Arno Calcio 12-0 in their opening friendly of the new campaign.