Former PSG winger Menez joins AC Milan on three-year contract
AC Milan have completed the signing of Jeremy Menez on a three-year deal after his contract at PSG expired at the end of the season.
The 27-year-old former Roma and Monaco winger spent the last three seasons in the French capital but struggled to secure a regular place in the starting line-up under coach Laurent Blanc.
Menez is looking forward to working under new coach Filiip Inzaghi, who has taken over from Clarence Seedorf, and hopes to bring success to a side that finished eighth in Serie A last season.
"I’m really happy to be here," he told the Milan Channel. "I chose Milan because they are always Milan even if they have had some difficulties last season.
"Let’s hope to come back to being great and win something important.
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"Mr Inzaghi is in charge for next season and he has a big will to win with Milan. He already won a lot as player and he wants to win also as a coach."
Milan finished a disappointing eighth in Serie A last season, ending up 45 points behind champions Juventus.
Menez added: "My priority is Milan. We must get back in the top three of the Italian league and also to try to win the Serie A title.
"To supporters I assure you I’ll give everything on the pitch."