Last week he scored against Sampdoria, and defined the goal “useless”, as Milan were beaten 2-1.
Now he has spoken out again, this time railing against the treatment he receives from Serie A’s defenders.
Speaking to the Milan Channel, the Brazilian international said, “defenders have become harder on me, they have decided not to let me run, but often, they don’t get the ball, they get me!”
Be that as it may, the youngster is still scoring goals, and has netted 15 times this season.
“It’s easy to score at Milan, with so many good players who know where to put the ball so I can score,” he said.
“I am also learning tricks from [Andriy] Shevchenko and [Pippo] Inzaghi.”
He concluded with a few words on two team-mates, David Beckham and Ronaldo.
“I would love Beckham to stay,” the 19-year-old stated, “He is a great guy, and not just on the pitch. He has helped me a lot, and when we play together, I know, if I ask him for a pass, he knows where I want the ball.
“Ronaldo has been a friend for a while, and I am glad he’s playing once more. I want to see him get back to being the player we all admired."
Simone Finaldi, Goal.com