Sttutgart’s Left Back Cristian Molinaro On Milan Radar

Milan are considering their options if Taye Taiwo leaves…

Milan could make a move for Cristian Molinaro of Stuttgart if Taye Taiwoleaves the club in January, the Corriere dello Sport reports.

The Nigerian international only transferred to Italy in the summer after his contract at Marseille had expired.

However, he’s had his difficulties in adapting to the Italian game and he’s not assured of first team football with the Diavolo.

His agent has admitted that the player will make a decision on his future next month given that there is interest in his services.

Should the left-back head out of Milanello, the Rossoneri may consider replacing him with Molinaro.

The 28-year-old, who has appeared for Italy, is currently playing his football in Germany after leaving Juventus in January 2010.


4 responses to “Sttutgart’s Left Back Cristian Molinaro On Milan Radar

  1. If Taiwo leaves we’re going to have two spots free for non-EU players. And Galliani stills here in Brazil… Huummm.


    • I don’t want Taiwo to leave.. he may not be the best left back ever, but I think he deserves to play for Milan. He was ONE of the best in the world before his arrival at Milan, but what has he become here? Just an unfortunate player who run up at Allegri.


  2. 100% agree with you. Considering that he has Zambrotta and Antonini at his disposal, Allegri must insist with Taiwo. The change from Ligue 1 to Serie A is not a piece of cake.

    Dídac Villà is way better than the Italians and was sent back to Espanyol… But Galliani said the Nigerian will remain next year.

    BTW, happy New Year!


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