In a candid assessment of his client’s debut performance, Andrea D’Amico, the agent of Filippo Terracciano, acknowledges the young defender’s error in his Serie A debut for Milan against Bologna. Terracciano, who joined the Rossoneri less than two weeks ago, made a costly mistake that led to a late penalty, allowing Bologna to snatch a draw at San Siro.
Speaking to TMW, D’Amico addressed Terracciano’s mishap, attributing it to a spontaneous gesture and a momentary lapse in judgment. However, he emphasizes that errors are part of the game and urges his client to react immediately, a quality Terracciano has demonstrated consistently throughout his career.
“He made a spontaneous gesture; he didn’t see the ball coming, so he was tricked. Errors are normal, but the important thing is to react immediately and start again. He’s always done it,” D’Amico affirmed.
Despite the setback, Terracciano remains determined to make amends and prove his worth at Milan. D’Amico reveals that the Rossoneri were not the only club vying for Terracciano’s signature, with Fiorentina also expressing interest during the January transfer window. However, Terracciano ultimately chose Milan, committing to a €4.5 million permanent transfer and signing a contract until June 2028 at the Stadio Meazza.
Terracciano’s journey with Milan has just begun, and despite being an unused substitute in the recent victory over Frosinone, he is poised to seize future opportunities and contribute positively to the team’s success. With one assist in 18 Serie A games for Verona before his move, Terracciano brings promise and potential to the Rossoneri’s defensive lineup, eager to leave his mark and redeem himself after a disappointing debut.