Jameca Erskine has spoken of her shock and frustration at the decision to sell the iconic logo to a company with no business plan.
The former England striker is now on holiday in Italy, and has returned to work as a freelance journalist.
“I am devastated, shocked, angry and frustrated,” Ersky said on Sunday, according to The Sun.
“It’s not the same, no more Jamec, no less Jamey.
Jamek’s logo is no longer on the shirts.
You can’t have a business that is built around nothing.
“When I heard the news I just sat down and thought, ‘Who cares?
I’ll never wear it again’.”
It is my symbol, my identity, my calling, my way of saying ‘I’m here’.
“When you sell the jersey, you are not just throwing it away.
You’re not even taking it off the racks.”
It was announced on Monday that Jamecere would become part of the Italian team for the World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia in the United States in November.
Erskines new contract with the national team expires at the end of the season.
The 29-year-old was due to receive an extension from the Premier League outfit in the summer but she refused to sign a new deal and instead joined Italy on a free transfer from Manchester United.
She scored twice in three international appearances during a loan spell with Fiorentina last season and was part of their World Cup-winning squad in 2018.
She has also scored four goals in 26 league appearances for Milan.
“For me, this is the end,” Earskine told the Italian publication Corriere della Sera.
“We have made a big step towards a future where we won’t have Jameo’s name on the jersey.”
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