A young footballer wants to buy something from the Galleria in Milan, but not just any piece of him.
It’s his football jersey, a replica from the World Cup.
So he decides to go to the club, where he can buy it.
But when he gets there, the owner is very suspicious.
He doesn’t want to have any part of him wearing the shirt, and doesn’t even offer to give it back.
He asks the manager to buy it for him.
Then he goes to the gym.
At that moment, it’s the perfect moment to have a conversation with the manager.
And he is totally honest.
It all started with an idea for a football magazine in which we asked people what they wanted to read.
The article they liked best, then, became the title.
A magazine that offers everything from the latest trends in fashion to a lookbook of the best athletes in the world.
It’s a fantastic idea.
But, as it turns out, there’s a problem: the owner of the club doesn’t think he’s going to give away his football shirt.
It took two years, but the owner finally decided to let it go to its original owner.
When I asked him about it, he said that it’s not about the shirt.
It was about a lot of things.
He said that he wanted to take care of his daughter and his two young children.
But he never told me why he wanted them to be allowed to keep it.
So I started asking him: what is the deal with you?
He said he wanted it to be returned to its rightful owner, and he wants it to go back to the people who paid him to get it.
And I said: well, if it’s going back to you, you’re going to get paid to keep the shirt?
He replied: I will do everything in my power to find a new owner, but I don’t have any money.
I asked him: how much money?
He answered: nothing.
I told him: why don’t you sell the shirt to somebody else?
He said: I have my son, who doesn’t like to go shopping.
So he wanted the shirt returned to me.
I’m sure the owners of the clubs would agree with that.
It would make sense, because they would receive the money.