Mel Martinez has admitted he will score against his former club at the San Siro in the coming weeks, but he said it will be on a loan deal.
The Everton striker had a good run of form in recent weeks but had a season cut short by injury, leaving him frustrated and unhappy with his season.
However, Martinez believes he is fully recovered and is hoping to have his best form for a number of months.
“I am not really sure if I will score, but I am very confident,” Martinez told Sky Sport Italia.
“Last year was not easy.
“We have some good players around me and I am confident. “
“This season I will have a good season. “
I am really looking forward to it.””
This season I will have a good season.
I am really looking forward to it.”
Mel’s move to Milan came as a surprise for the Everton boss, who initially wanted to keep the striker at Goodison Park, but the deal fell through because of an agreement in principle with the Italian club.
“In January I told the boss that it was not possible to keep him,” Martinez said.
“But he has to understand that it is not possible for me to keep playing him.””
He wants to leave Everton, so it is possible that he could leave.””
But he has to understand that it is not possible for me to keep playing him.”
He wants to leave Everton, so it is possible that he could leave.
“But it is also a complicated situation.
It is clear that he wants to go to Milan. “
There is no compromise with the club.
It is clear that he wants to go to Milan.
It’s a very complex situation, but that is the way it is.”