Juventus’ Striker Alessandro Matri Keen On Allegri Reunion


Is there any other candidate willing to come back at the San Siro?

Out-of-favor Juventus striker Alessandro Matri would like to return at Milan, according to IlGiornale.

Although Primavera top-scorer Andrea Petagna has been promoted in the first team, Milan are looking for a man to replace long-term injured Giampaolo Pazzini, as the Juventus ace has been linked with the San Siro giants for a long period of time.

Matri, who went through the Rossoneri ranks, now is not only willing to return where he started, but also reunite with former Cagliari boss, Massimiliano Allegri.

The 28-year-old went from being the club’s top scorer to a bit-part in the space of 12 months.

As far as the other rumors are concerned, it is believed that Fluminense are interested in signing Robinho. However, he would either have to come on a loan, either for free; as the Brazilian side are not willing to spend money due to their current financial situation.

After securing Jesus Navas, big-spenders Manchester City have snapped up former Milan target Fernandinho. Whilst, another target, Wellington Nem has been chosen as his replacement at Shakhtar.

In the end, there is the immortal story between the Rossoneri and their former jewel Kaka. Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani insists that the Brazilian will not return to the club, while Italian journalist Ivan Zazzaroni claims that the 31-year-old midfielder is willing to make sensational come-back.

“Kaka wants to return to Milan.

“It has been a year and a half since he started putting efforts in order to make that happen. This might be the right time for it”, he told Ilveromilanista.it.

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