|I have all that you want for a classy atack. And with Juve I could win trophies|
MILAN, February 24, 2012 – AC Milan and Juventus have now engaged in a duel at 360 ° which provides a hard and intense comparison at all levels, not only in the field. Tomorrow is expected the third act of stressful challenge spread between the league and Italian Cup, but you have to swear that when this season will go on file, the two companies will begin a fight just as hard on the front of the mercato. Both in the search for valuable pieces in all departments.
VAN PERSIE – Arsenal’s Dutch striker has burst into the target of AC Milan and Juventus. Already courted by Juventus in very difficult times, Van Persie has become even more attractive for two reasons: in addition to the current one is gratified just by one year of contract and then detailed not be underestimated, he just like the Spaniard Fabregas is tired of not winning anything at Arsenal of Wenger. Ibrahimovic himself has stressed him, in the columns of the “Sun”, to leave the English club to reach Milan …
TEMPTATION – Robin Van Persie will turn 29 years on August 6. He has so far refused offers of renewal proposals and give them, and especially at Gunners shown to appreciate the attention of Juventus and Milan. On last 15 February he greeted with great affection Galliani at San Siro. In the post-match Galliani and his closest collaborators have long debated on the attacker Dutch, the present state of things, could worth no more than ten million.
DUEL – The one with Juventus could get pretty rough by the time the Juventus club were to lessen the grip on Higuain to target precisely on Van Persie. That should complete the top-player to Conte’s attack, already strong, in view of the Champions League, with Matri, Borriello (to be transfered from Rome), Quagliarella and Vucinic. But AC Milan, who has decided to let go Pato and Inzaghi, is convinced that Van Persie (is much liked by Ibrahimovic: This is not a detail to be underestimated) to reinforce a high quality offensive department.
source: Il Corriere dello Sport by: Furio Fedele
adapted by: Mike Prise