Espanyol Goalkeeper Kiko Casilla On Milan Radar


The Catalan to compete for a chance to success Abbiati…

Milan are keeping tabs on Espanoyl’s goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The Italian side have been in a constant search for a new man behind the post due to this season’s poor skills of veteran Cristian Abbiati and former Genoa player Marco Amelia. Casilla, not to be referred to Iker Casillas, has now emerged as a summer target.

Espanyol’s goalkeeper, who has gone through Real Madrid’s youth squad, has a contract until 2015 and his buy-out clause is valued at €20 million. However, knowing that the relationship between the Spaniards and Milan is well maintained, it is believed that Casilla could come easy on the pocketbook.

The 26-year-old  ‘keeper joined the less famous Catalan club back in 2008, but after spending few seasons out on loan, he has finally managed to impose himself as a first choice for the spot.

Moreover, Kiko Casilla is not the only goalkeeper on the Rossoneri agenda, as they are also thought to be interest in Pescara’s loanee Mattia Perin and Roma’s Maarten Stekelenburg.

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2 responses to “Espanyol Goalkeeper Kiko Casilla On Milan Radar

  1. it is a good move because abbiati has become a liability to the team every shot on pole is a goal unlike dida situation

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    • Abbiati has proved unreliable the past games, although that is not his real face. So, it is vital for Milan to bring in a reliable keeper.
      Anyway, thanks for sharing your opinion, Hindo 🙂

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