Antonio Cassano assures ‘I’m at 110 percent and I always make the difference’ as the former Italy attacker looks to restart his playing career.
Cassano has not played competitive football for two years, but the 36-year-old claims he is ready to put his failed spell with Verona behind him, providing it is with another northern club.
“Bologna, Sassuolo, Parma, Torino, but also Empoli and Cagliari… I’d like to play for a team near Genoa, where I live, because I can’t live without my family,” he told Il Mattino.
“There are things that make the difference for a man, like accompanying their children at school.
“Remember [Matias] Almeyda, the Argentine midfielder who played for Parma and Lazio? He stopped for two years and then started again with the River Plate, in a very physical League.
“If I have the opportunity, I always make the difference. I’m at 110 percent: my head and body are fine. As for the feet, I can play until I’m 60!”
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