Sassuolo ace Hamed Traore returned to the field in the last match after missing the first part of the season due to a broken foot. The striker shared his thoughts with Gazzetta de Modena.
“I’m fine and I’m recovering. I had this incident, but maybe it wasn’t all bad. In my opinion, everything happens for a reason. I’ve set some goals for myself and I want to reach them.”
The Niroverdi The star may have to split minutes with Armand Laurienté this season.
“Having competition is healthy. We will see who plays more.”
Sassuolo will face Verona in the next round.
We grow and we give up less. We are in good shape. The match will be similar to the Atalanta match. We’ll have to add on what we missed last week.”
Traore was questioned about whether he wanted to leave in the summer.
“You have your ideas, I have mine. My first two years here weren’t easy, as I didn’t get consistent minutes and wasn’t starring in my best position. I figured out a few things in season three, questioned myself, tried my best, and it worked. It was. There are some possibilities in the summer, but I stayed and had a positive mentality. I am comfortable here and moving to a more famous team, which is already Sassuolo, depends on how I perform here. I am happy and not listening to offers now. The German Bundesliga and the Premier League could be perfect for me Lee. I don’t mind going abroad.”
The 22-year-old became a left winger last year.
“I am naturally a midfielder who does not accept when the coaches saw me in different roles. I gave up in the end and they were right.”