Bradley leaves ‘wonderful experience’ for Roma
The 24-year-old completed his move to the capital club on Sunday afternoon and admits he is looking forward to the new venture under Zdenek Zeman.
“Yes, it's all done.” He told La Roma 24. “I could not wait for the deal to close. Now I am very encouraged, I am in hurry to go into the mechanisms of the team and learn Zeman’s methods of work.”
This season will mark the American international’s second year in Italian football, after joining Chievo in June 2011, and he has took the time to thank them.
“[I have left with] the feeling of a wonderful experience,” added the midfielder. “I learned a new language; I was introduced to a new reality.
“And now I have to thank the Chievo, the company that launched me into Serie A. Without this step I would never have come to Rome.”
Bradley took part in his first training session with the Giallorossi on Sunday afternoon as the club’s training camp at Riscone.