Milan New Favorites For Internacional Defender Juan


Milan are favourites for Internacional defender Juan Jesus.

Juventus and Inter have also been linked with the youngster.

But UOL Esporte says Milan have made a firm offer which will be accepted by the Brazilian club.

Internacional president Giovanni Luigi: “It’s true there’s several offers for Juan. We’ll make a decision on what is best financially for the club.”

If Internacional decide to accept Milan offer, it is reported that the youngster may make his Milan move official on Friday this week.

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5 responses to “Milan New Favorites For Internacional Defender Juan

  1. Juan was sold to a company (which one?) today and they want to sell the player again. According to iG Esportes Milan now are favorite to hire the player because they have the better offer.

    If he not join Milan, he’ll play Copa Libertadores for Internacional.

    One of the strangest deals I’ve ever heard. And here we have dozens of strange deals…

    http://esporte.ig.com.br/futebol/inter-vende-juan-mas-pode-segurar-zagueiro-na-libertadores/n1597413506635.html

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  2. DIS bought his rights from Internacional and now they have only one offer in their hands: the one from Milan. Apparently Braida have a very strong link with them and Marco Branca&Paolillo (from Inter) with the player’s father.

    Everything in this case is a bit strange, but there is one thing we can take for granted: Juan won’t go to Portugal. If AC Milan hire him, he’ll probably be parked here for another six months.

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    • Oh.. DIS once again?! I wonder if they have any other thing to do, except buying and later ruining players. And it’s all about the companies and the fathers.
      Id he arrives at Milan, or even at Inter – I think he may be shipped out on a loan or put into the youth team…

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  3. With Sacchi leaving Milan to coach the Italy national football team, Fabio Capello was hired and under him, the Rossoneri kept being successful and came to be known as Gli Invicibili (“The Invincibles”). With an unprecedented 58-match run with no defeats the Invincibili team had the likes of Franco Baresi, Alessandro Costacurta and Paolo Maldini commanding one of the best defences in history, with Marcel Desailly and Roberto Donadoni in midfield and Dejan Savićević, Zvonimir Boban, and Daniele Massaro playing in attack. In addition to three consecutive scudetti (from 1992 to 1994, including the feat of not losing a single match in the 1991/1992 season), Milan reached the Champions League final for three consecutive years…

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