Mayoral: ‘Italian football will help me become a great player’

The Spanish Borja
Foreman, brand new signing of Rome, to which he arrived on loan for two seasons from Real
Madrid, considered this Friday that the Italian defenses “are difficult to face”, but that this will help him to grow and become “a great player”.

“It is a new challenge for me, it is a challenge that fascinates me. Serie A is a league that is growing a lot. I am in a great team and I am sure that I will learn a lot in Italian football. The defenders here are difficult to face , but this will help me become a great player, “he said. Foreman in an interview on the official website of the Rome.

The 23-year-old forward from Parla arrived at Roma on loan for two million euros with a definitive purchase option set at fifteen million in 2021 and twenty million in 2022.

“(The technician, Paulo) Fonseca He called me and said he was very interested in me. He told me that he had known me for a long time and that he would like to train me at the Rome. He told me that he would contribute a lot to the team. After hearing these words, I have given everything to come here as soon as possible “, confessed Mayoral, jewel of the Real Madrid quarry and European champion with the Madrid team in 2018.

The forward explained that his time at Madrid, together with his experiences on loan at the Wolfsburg German and in Levante, they have made him “grow a lot” and that he is a different player compared to when, at 19, he went to Germany.

He was also happy about the fact that his compatriots are also in the Roma dressing room Pedro Rodríguez, Gonzalo Villar, Carles Pérez and Pau López.

“I’m glad there are other Spaniards here. When I went to Wolfsburg there was no Spanish, although some did speak Spanish. I think I’ll adapt quickly. I know everyone (the Spanish Roma players), but on a personal level I know Pedro. We have made holidays together in Tenerife, I have known him for many years, “he said.” We speak for ‘Whatasapp’ and I think I will be very well with him and the other Spaniards, “he concluded Borja.