• Khedira:"Real Madrid will bounce back against Manchester City"
  • Emanuelson "all hell will break loose" if Milan fail to beat Anderlecht
  • Girard: I want Montpellier fans to give Arsenal players hell
  • Manchester United is the most valuable club in sport by Forbes Magazine with a value of £1.43billion
  • Barcelona have reportedly offered €60m for Brazilian starlet Neymar
  • Luuk De Jong signs 5 years contract with Borussia,M'Gladbach will pay €15 M to Dutch side
  • Manchester City and Barcelona are interested in Falcao who might cost them more than €40 million
  • Guardiola agent rubbishes Russia links
  • David Beckham Suspended by MLS Committee
  • Thiago Silva, Hulk make Brazil's Olympic squad
  • Robin van Persie to Juventus?‎
  • Diego Forlan signs with Internacional
  • Tottenham Hotspur Could Be Set For £200m Investment
  • Luis Van Gaal is the coach of the Netherlands national team
  • Man United & Man City On red alert as Inter Milan admit that Sneijder sale is a possibility
  • Inter captured Handanovic and Matias Silvestre
  • Bayern offers €25 million for Martinez

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Monday, January 14, 2008

Berlusconi: "Forget Ronaldinho, we have Pato"

Pato-mania in Italy is still on, everybody was amazed by the perfect start of Alexandres Pato of the season. Not with the goal he score but he also proved why they think he is "the new Ronaldo", he was brilliant from the start till the end of the match. Berlusconi was on San Siro V.I.P. seats and he was so amazed that he's ready to sacrifice his dream signing Ronaldinho in order to give Pato space to breathe and space to grow as one of the best players in the future. This is what Berlusconi commented after the match about Pato and possible Zambrotta arival at San Siro in the summer transfer period:

"I don't think that Ronaldinho represents a great objective for us,we must keep an eye on the balance in the dressing room, and we also have other champions. In other words, his purchase is not a priority for Milan.
I can assure that Zambrotta will arrive, he has a great desire to come to Milan, and I believe that all that remains is the signature. We are confident about the end result of this negotiation."

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