An inside raid on the way…?
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Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has recently stated that the club will not move for Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli or Real Madrid’s Kaka. However, the arrival of 2006 World Cup winner Cristian Zaccardo will probably open the doors for further arrivals – top notch targets.
While Zaccardo has chosen to wear No. 81 on his new jersey, Real Madrid’s No. 8 and Manchester City’s No. 45 are looking forward to getting more playing time on the field.
According to SportMediaset, Milan have already made a strategy which will see them raise additional funds and probably make room for another signing, or two.
Zenit target Ignazio Abate has been included in the list, after being indirectly pushed-out by the arrival of Zaccardo. Abate has only featured just 12 Serie A games so far and if decide to sell him to the Russian side, Milan will encash €10 million. Full-back Luca Antonini has also been linked €5 million with Russia move.
These are the possible transfers which are likely to be finalized until the end of the month, with Milan being able to get an amount of around €15 million – enough for the San Siro club to bring back Kaka. In addition, the Italian source claims that Santos could revive a move for Robinho for a figure of either €8 million, either €10 million.
It seems ideal from a tactical and financial point of view and unless any unforeseen obstacles and unwanted circumstances occur, the Italian giants will be able to try to sign the Brazilian midfielder and the Italian striker. It has been reported that Manchester City have set €25 million Balotelli price tag, hence the Madrid outfit would agree to let Kaka return to Milan for an amount of €12 million.
Speaking of financials – While the 30-year-old is “flirting” with Milan, he has reached an agreement with the Italian tax service, which would see him pay €2 million to the IRS after having an advertisement dispute in contract.