The Argentine could soon feature for former side Inter’s rivals…
Serie A side Milan are considering a January move for Roma defender Nicolas Burdisso, according to calciomercato.com.
Current defensive duo Mexes-Zapata doesn’t seem to fit, as concentration is not willing to hang out with Zapata and his French buddy is currently serving a 4-match ban.
Establishment also seems to avoid yet another Cristian in the roster, except that his last name is Zaccardo. Whilst, after putting up few quality performances, Matias Silvestre has suffered a muscle problem and injury-returnee Daniele Bonera is still not ready to feature.
In the same way, U-20 World Cup revelation Jherson Vergara has filed to make his way into the line-up and is expected to leave for Bari on loan when the winter transfer windows opens. Under these circumstances, after acquiring Adil Rami from Valencia, the Rossoneri are now set to add another defensive option.
Milan are willing to offer an 18-months contract to the former Inter player, with a halved salary of €1.2 million per the period. CEO Adriano Galliani is said to be working on it and may agree a deal with Roma in the coming days.
Burdisso, whose contract is set to expire in summer 2014, isn’t having the best of a season and is yet to feature for the Giallorossi this term.