Liverpool Outcast Alberto Aquilani Looks Set To Complete Astonishing U-Turn

Aquilani looks set to complete an astonishing u-turn and return to Anfield…

Liverpool’s on-loan midfielder Alberto Aquilani could yet fail to sign for Milan and return to Anfield for next season, reports talkSPORT.

The Italian international looked all set to sign for Milan with rumours suggesting that just 25 league appearances would see a clause triggering a permanent move to the Rossoneri.

However, with Aquilani out injured between January and March earlier this season, the creative midfielder is currently on 21 Serie A appearances with just five available games to play.

Speculation now claims that Milan are thinking twice about a permanent deal for Aquilani and could leave him out of there last few league matches in order to avoid the potential clause.

Aquilani is contracted to Liverpool until 2014 having signed for the Reds for €20 million from Roma in 2009.

The 27-year-old was an impressive performer for Liverpool in pre-season but boss Kenny Dalglish decided to loan the player to Milan and put faith in summer signings Charlie Adam and Jordan Henderson.


2 responses to “Liverpool Outcast Alberto Aquilani Looks Set To Complete Astonishing U-Turn

  1. IMMO there is only one meaning to this possible return to Anfield: Allegri, Tassoti&Galliani consider Monto, like Aquilani, a mezz’ala destra.

    In this case, why to pay € 8 million for a player when you have a very similar one for free? So, if it’s true, someone else will be hired to replace van Bommel – or Ambro.


    • I don’t know.. I can’t say I agree with Milan, but… This is an interesting story. However if Monto arrives – I’m afraid he might end up as the man he will probably be hired to replace – Aqui.


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