OFFICIAL: Milan Sign Under-20 World Champion Gabriel From Cruzeiro


The young goalkeeper was presented on Tuesday…

Milan have confirmed they have signed Brazil U-20 goalkeeper Gabriel Ferreira from Cruzeiro.

The 19-year-old will become Rossoneri’s third-string goalkeeper behind Christian Abbiati and Marco Amelia.

“Gabriel will be registered in the Lega Serie A in the next few weeks and will join the team in pre-season training on 9 July,” a statement from Milan read.

Ferreira, who holds a European passport, started his career in Cruzeiro’s youth section before being promoted to the senior side.

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8 responses to “OFFICIAL: Milan Sign Under-20 World Champion Gabriel From Cruzeiro

  1. I also read here in Brazil that he holds an European passport, but Galliani yesterday said he doesn’t.

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    • Wow.. this Ronaldinho-style goal is simply magnificent 😀 Except that Indio is left-footed. Why not bring him to the primavera?
      Regarding Gabriel, in that case.. we’re out of non-EU sports… or someone else with no passport will be sold.

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      • If hired, Índio will join our Primavera squad – if not send on loan. He is not ready to the first squad.

        No, we have two spots for non-EU players. But I suppose Galliani was mistaken. Everybody here said that he has an European passport.

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      • If he get hired, we may see another Carmona arriving 🙂
        He was the star in Barca, now he’s at Milan. Hopefully same thing will happen to Indio.
        I agree, Galliani must have mistaken the whole thing…

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  2. He is going to get his EU passport – a Portuguese one – only in July according to MilanNews. So, until there Galliani is right.

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