Jump to content

Possible Destanations For Italian Players


Recommended Posts

POSSIBLE PLAYER DESTINATIONS

 

JUVENTUS

 

Patrick Vieira (30, midfielder)

 

The France midfielder may be back in the Barclays Premiership after only one season with Juve. Experienced mixed fortunes in Serie A following last summer's £13.7million move from Arsenal but after a good World Cup, clubs in England, Spain and France might be tempted

Fabio Cannavaro (32, defender)

 

The star playerof the World Cup - many felt he should have won the Golden Ball - Italy's captain has a host of intrested clubs but Real Madrid appears his likely destination. Real, now coached by former Juve boss Fabio Capello, are desperate to rebuild their notoriously shaky defence with Cannavaro the rock.

 

Gianluigi Buffon (28, goalkeeper)

 

Remains the most expensive goalkeeper in the world after Juve paid Parma a £33million for him in 2001. Arsenal were linked with Buffon during the World Cup but he could end up at Inter Milan.

 

Gianluca Zambrotta (29, defender)

 

Another star of the world cup, Zambrotta has become wanted by several clubs. Real are the favourites with Capello eager to play the full-back alongside Cannavaro in a new-look defence at the Bernabeu. But there may will be competition from Barcelona while Chelsea are also looking for a new left-back.

 

Pavel Nedved (33, midfielder)

 

Getting on abit but again a former European footballer of the year, and once described by Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as "one of the best players in the world", Nedved has been linked with moves to Manchester United and Tottenham. But age is not on his side so the Czech Republic star is unlikely to move to a big club

 

Lilian Thuram (34, defender)

 

He remains a class act despite his age. Barcelona, Real, Arsenal and Manchester United are all looking for an experienced centre back with France's most capped player but Barcalona look like the favourites

 

David Trezeguet (28, striker)

 

Missed his pen in the world cup final. Little interest has been shown after failing to build on the promise shown earlier in his career. Famously missed France's only penalty in the World Cup final and a bid of around £4million could be enough to land the Juve striker.

 

AC MILAN

 

Kaka (24, midfielder)

 

Probably the only Brazilian player to emerge from the World Cup with his reputation enhanced, Kaka is a key transfer target for Real president Ramon Calderon. Kaka is a class player and i would love to see him in the premier league

Gennaro Gattuso (28, midfielder)

 

Many people's pick for the best defensive midfielder at the World Cup, Gattuso had pledged his loyalty to AC Milan whatever the outcome of the match-fixing trial. However, reality may start to bite outside of Serie A with Milan forced to sell. Manchester United are looking for a holding midfielder and Gattuso may be deemed suitable.

 

Filippo Inzaghi (32, striker)

 

In his prime there would have been a stampede of intrest. But as a proven goalscorer, often described as 'a master poacher' because of his predatory instincts, he would still appeal to clubs outside the cream of Europe's elite.

 

Alessandro Nesta (30, defender)

 

Chelsea are circling for Nesta who remains one of the world's great defenders. A partnership of the Italian alongside John Terry would be a class partenship and would be very tough to beat. Missed out on the World Cup final through injury and probably has two seasons left at the highest level.

FIORENTINA

 

Luca Toni (29, striker)

 

Real have reportedly already made a move for Toni so the Italy striker may have been determined to leave Fiorentina whatever the outcome of the match fixing trial. Inter Milan and Manchester United are also interested in a player who scored an incredible 31 goals in Serie A last season.

 

If youve got any more feal gree to post them ;)

Edited by Adams
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Surely all the clubs will try to hold on to their players. Juve may take two years to get back but the other two will stand a good chance of going straight back...think mass clear-outs are unlikely personally..players are still under contract and earning vast sums.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I know...I really had hoped that Moyes had another two decent signings left in him before the transfer market closes...and as much as I would like to see us signing Inzaghi (that name would look so kewl on the back of my new shirt!), I dont hold out much hope.

 

But we can dream!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Inzaghi Would be Quality, but we need left backs Paolo Maldini :D

 

Camronesi is a nice little box to box player but i dont think he'd come to england.

 

are Relegation Worries Now intertwined with Per Kroldup's Career? Us in trouble then Fiore are sent down! :o

 

Alex Delboy Pierro Would be nice, but him being mates With Gallagher would mean he'll probably end up at Citeh.

 

Ibrahimovich is so overated i hope someone pays over the top money for him.

 

Palermo in the Champions League eh? Bet the Corleone's didnt see that one comming :lol:

 

(palermo is in sicilly for those Absent minded persons)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Inzaghi Would be Quality, but we need left backs Paolo Maldini :D

 

Camronesi is a nice little box to box player but i dont think he'd come to england.

 

are Relegation Worries  Now intertwined with Per Kroldup's Career? Us in trouble then Fiore are sent down! :o

 

Alex Delboy Pierro Would be nice, but him being mates With Gallagher would mean he'll probably end up at Citeh.

 

Ibrahimovich is so overated i hope someone pays over the top money for him.

 

Palermo in the Champions League eh? Bet the Corleone's didnt see that one comming :lol:

 

(palermo is in sicilly for those Absent minded persons)

38819[/snapback]

:( wont happen lads ;)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Latest paper new:

 

Premiership clubs are circling like vultures after Juventus, Lazio and Fiorentina were relegated to Serie B and handed points penalties for next season, while Milan were stripped of their place in next season’s Champions League.

 

Spurs are said to be keeping tabs on Luca Toni.

 

Chelsea want Milan’s Alessandro Nesta, Fiorentina’s Czech defender Tomas Ujfalusi is interesting Fulham, Mauro Camoranesi is thought to be on Liverpool’s shopping list while Gigi Buffon has been offered to Arsenal.

 

Fabio Cannavaro has been snapped jet-ski-ing in the vicinity of one of Roman Abramovich’s yachts in the Bay of Naples.

 

Fabio Cannavaro meets with Roman Abramovich aboard the billionaire’s yacht

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Latest paper new:

 

Premiership clubs are circling like vultures after Juventus, Lazio and Fiorentina were relegated to Serie B and handed points penalties for next season, while Milan were stripped of their place in next season’s Champions League.

 

Spurs are said to be keeping tabs on Luca Toni.

 

Chelsea want Milan’s Alessandro Nesta, Fiorentina’s Czech defender Tomas Ujfalusi is interesting Fulham, Mauro Camoranesi is thought to be on Liverpool’s shopping list while Gigi Buffon has been offered to Arsenal.

 

Fabio Cannavaro has been snapped jet-ski-ing in the vicinity of one of Roman Abramovich’s yachts in the Bay of Naples.

 

Fabio Cannavaro meets with Roman Abramovich aboard the billionaire’s yacht

38869[/snapback]

:lol: the vultures are already circling around them i see,money talks lads B)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Sir Alex Ferguson's hopes of signing players from Juventus as a result of the Italian match-fixing scandal diminished yesterday with the news that AC Milan, the club owned by former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, are the likely team to benefit from the exodus of players from the former Italian champions.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Fabio Cannavaro has been snapped jet-ski-ing in the vicinity of one of Roman Abramovich’s yachts in the Bay of Naples.

 

Fabio Cannavaro meets with Roman Abramovich aboard the billionaire’s yacht

2 places at once, He really is an amazing defender.

39170[/snapback]

 

Have you seen the pictures?

 

He is jet skiing with the yacht in the background and then he drives right up to it and mores the jet ski along side!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Wantaway duo Mauro Camoranesi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are ready to force Didier Deschamps to eat his words after the new Juventus coach claimed no-one else will be leaving Juventus.

 

Neither player is able to stomach the prospect of playing Serie B football next season following the disgraced former Italian champions' relegation for their involvement in the country's match-fixing scandal.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
 Share

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...