RB Salzburg striker Dominik Szoboszlai is a young talent being followed by multiple top clubs around Europe, including Juventus and Inter. Italian media outlet FcInterNews spoke to the 19-year-old Hungarian today, touching his season so far and his thoughts about Italy.
First the striker touched on how it felt to play against Uruguay in a friendly on Friday, to celebrate the inauguration of the Ferenc Puskas Arena.
“I am very proud to be part of this squad and to have taken part in the history of Hungary. We’ll have to prove ourselves more. We can do that. We’re capable of it. Starting with the game on Tuesday.”
He suggested that the Hungary squad of confident of their chances against Wales on Tuesday.
“Sure, we have to be. When you leave without trust, you’ve already lost. We need to focus, me and my teammates, focus on the team. We’ll give everything to get into Hungarian history. If we won, we would be at Euro 2020.”
Szoboszlai was happy with Hungary’s coaches, Marco Rossi and Giovanni Costantino.
“They are very well prepared. I like them. I appreciate the work of our coach and his assistant.”
The 19-year-old spoke about his appreciation of Italy, after admitting he knew that both Juventus and Inter were following him.
“I like Italy, I spent my holidays there. But I don’t know what direction I’m going to take when I change clubs in the future. I don’t want to go into detail. I’ll just say that I like Italy.”
However, he didn’t have a particular preference between Juventus and Inter.
“I wouldn’t say so. We’ll see.”
Finally, Szoboszlai couldn’t think of a player currently playing in Italy that he’s similar to.
“No, no one. I am me. I’m me and that’s that.”