MILAN, ITALY - OCTOBER 07: Gonzalo Higuain of AC Milan in action during the Serie A match between AC Milan and Chievo Verona at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on October 7, 2018 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)

The Argentinean striker says he doesn’t consider himself a teacher for anyone, but he would be proud to be a role model

Argentinean forward Gonzalo Higuain joined Italian Lega Serie A club AC Milan during the summer.

He will be in the Rossoneri on loan for at least one year.

And his experience is one many footballers would like to learn, for example, young teammate Patrick Cutrone.

“I don’t consider myself a teacher for anyone,” Higuain was echoed by Football Italia.

“If he sees me as an example that makes me proud, it means I’ve done well in my career.”

“If I can be useful in coaching him then I’m pleased to do it,” he added.

“Lucas Biglia? I’ve had a rapport with Lucas for many years in the national team.”

“He’s a friend, and I’m really happy to have found him here and to stay in touch every day,” Higuain commented.