Italy and AS Roma icon, Francesco Totti has opened up on his departure from the club that he represented throughout his career, revealing that he “will never ever set foot in there” as long as James J.Pallotta is still the president.
Totti who retired in 2017 after making 786 appearances for the club, ended his 30-year association with them
Totti stated he would only return to Roma under different ownership and now cannot even bring himself to watch his son Cristian play for the Under-15s.
“Look, as long as the situation is like this, I will not set foot in Trigoria.
“I left and that’s that. I still have great friends and they come outside the gate to say hello. Every now and then, my son asks me to come in to watch him play, but I can’t do it. That would kill me.”
The 43-year-old who is an icon in Rome, is not only the most capped player in the club’s history but also their all-time highest goalscorer, helping them win one Serie A title, two Coppa Italia’s and two Supercoppa Italia honours during his time with them.