“Hello everyone,” Monchi began his Press conference by saying.
“We’re playing for second place which brings direct access to the Champions League, I’m already at the disposal of the squad, the club and the technical staff.
“I know that I’ll get the chance to work in my own way here, if Roma were interested in me then it’s because I’m Monchi.”
“It’s true I had other offers, I left Sevilla and that was difficult but I had clear ideas when choosing Roma, there are big margins for growth here.
“I feel like an integral part of Roma, and based on our present we can work for our future.”
“It’s obvious that I won’t have much influence on the run-in, I came here thinking about the present, but then our future also depends on the present.
“I don’t consider myself to be the best sporting director in the world, I consider myself fortunate to be doing this job I’m doing; I’ve put a lot of time and effort into it.
“I want to take the opportunity to everyone who regularly wrote to me but got no answer, I was 网上21点only thinking of Sevilla.
The appointment of Monchi appears to be aimed at closing the gap to Juventus, who are on the verge of a sixth Scudetto in a row.
“In the squad as it stands we have excellent options to close the gap, but we have to work.
“We’re not starting from scratch, [Walter] Sabatini did a great job as did [Ricky] Massara, there are enormous opportunities for growth.
“I know the potent澳门外围投注ial of Juventus, I’m ambitious but that doesn’t mean I’m snake oil salesman. It’s not easy to close the gap, but it’s not impossible.
The former Sevilla director has been appointed to oversee th21点官网e Giallorossi’s transfer strategy going forward, and was officially presented to the media this afternoon.
New sporting director Monchi assures Roma “are not starting from scratch” and there are “enormous opportunities for growth”.