The striker of the Giallorossi retraced his last years with the Roma jersey. Dzeko believes the Lupi made progress although something is still missing.
At a time when football definitely becomes something secondary on a global level, Edin Dzeko spoke about his spell in the Eternal City. The Bosnian striker is a leader, a positive man who always put Roma first. He also became the captain of the Giallorossi due to Florenzi‘s departure and he believes it to be something natural:
“Everything changes, it’s life. I didn’t steal anything from anyone, it’s a natural thing. I am the only player who stayed here for the past 5 years,” Dzeko said to The Athletic.
The Bosnia international believes “It’s a privilege” for him to succeed to Totti and De Rossi, who he considers to be “the greatest legends not only of Roma but also in Italy.”
The club passed through many ups and downs in recent years. But Edin Dzeko also believes the Giallorossi have improved: “I have to say that Roma has grown a lot in the past 4 years and every year it gets bigger.”