A new era in Italian football began with the arrival of Sampdoria’s Roberto Carlos at the end of last season and he will hope to keep his side at the top of the Serie A table.
Carlos, who scored four goals in the league and scored in his debut against Napoli, signed a new five-year contract in October but his contract is up at the start of next season.
With the likes of Stefano Okaka and Marco Asensio expected to leave this summer, the Brazilian is expected to be offered a new deal.
He will hope the arrival and the arrival will help the club to stay in Serie A, as well as bring back some of his former team-mates.
However, as he prepares for the start-up phase of his new contract, Carlos is not optimistic about his future at Sampdori.
“I want to stay, but not if they want me to stay.
I want to win trophies,” he told Corriere dello Sport.
Carlos will be hoping to get back on track after the season ended with a 4-0 defeat to Roma in the Europa League. “
It’s my contract, I don’t want to change it.”
Carlos will be hoping to get back on track after the season ended with a 4-0 defeat to Roma in the Europa League.
The 22-year-old scored eight goals in Serie D last term and will hope that he can continue scoring for Sampdora.
“There are only two things I’m interested in.
Winning and getting a new club, and to keep doing what I do best, scoring goals,” Carlos added.