Crotone forward Simy discussed his future amidst interest from Lazio, who are looking for a new forward.
Speaking in an interview with Italian media outlet Fanpage.it yesterday, the 29-year-old Nigerian forward first spoke about what will happen in this summer’s transfer window.
I don’t know if things like that only happen once, it could be like that or not, but I don’t think about it.
We’ll see what happens. At the end of the season we’ll see, if offers come in I’ll evaluate them with my agent, my family, but also with the club. We’ll decide what’s best for everyone, all together.
He then spoke about his feelings toward Crotone, whose relegation to Serie B next season has been confirmed.
Crotone is my home, I feel great here and I found an ideal environment, an exceptional warmth and an effect that gets inside you.
I wanted to give another emotion to these people, unfortunately we did not succeed.
The 29-year-old Simy, whose contract expires with Crotone at the end of next season, has made 38 appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 2897 minutes. In that time, he has scored 20 goals and provided three assists.
The Nigerian forward has been one of the revelations of the season, being one of the few bright spots of Calabrian side’s season. Despite the team’s poor performances and low chance creation, Simy has still often managed to find the back of the net, attracting the attention of many clubs in Italy.