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  • 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, June 25, 2012

El Shaarawy a Milan player... for now

Stephan El Shaarawy is a Milan player for the foreseeable future, reassures Milan director Ariedo Braida, but he admits that could change.

The 19-year-old was brought in from Genoa on co-ownership last summer and impressed in his first season with the Rossoneri, managing 28 appearances in all competitions and four goals scored.
However, despite only taking full ownership of the player last week, Milan have admitted through sporting director Braida that where they currently intend to keep him at the club, they may change their mind and loan him out, with Torino named as an interested party.
“At this time, El Shaarawy is not moving from Milan. Again, to avoid any misunderstandings - for the moment the situation is like this, However, anything is possible in football, more so considering the fact that the transfer market has yet to officially open and will also be particularly long"- Braida first told itasportpress.it on Monday.
“Would we send El Shaarawy to Torino? If at the end of market we decide to move the boy out, who no doubt has talent, there would be no problem in sending him out to Torino.

“[President Urbano] Cairo is also a friend, so there would be no problem at all. Today, El Shaarawy plays for Milan, but tomorrow the situation could change.”

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