Italy Serie A — 06 June 2013

After the meeting between Allegri, Berlusconi and Galliani it seems that AC MKP Boatengilan will start playing with a new organization next season, as desired by the president. Berlusconi indeed wants to see two strikers supported by a playmaker. These two strikers should be Balotelli and El Shaarawy, with Niang and Pazzini as substitutes. Bojan has not been confirmed in AC Milan and he will go back to Barcelona or transferred on loan somewhere. Another striker available next season will be Petagna, player of the young AC Milan and promoted in Serie A from this summer.

Kevin Prince Boateng could be the playmaker to support Balotelli and El Shaarawy, but considered his performance this year, the option does not appear good to Allegri. In fact, the player has often played without motivation and concentration, making numerous mistakes and becoming not appreciated anymore by the supporters. Last summer Boateng was desired by Manchester City and AC Milan did not want to let him leave, but considered the current situation his departure is now possible. His attorney is analyzing the alternatives, and a foreign future is next destination.

AC Milan is already working to find his substitute. The name of Kakà returns associated to AC Milan, but this operation, as in the past, results impossible for financial problems. Javier Pastore represents the desire, but the reality is complex: PSG wants 30 million euros for him, and AC Milan can’t pay so much. The third alternative is more possible: Alessandro Diamanti could arrive in AC Milan for a lower price, but Galliani has to find an agreement as soon as possible, because the Bologna player is asked by numerous Clubs.


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