Pato remains + Milan is out of Fabiano’s head


The Rossoneri have released an announcement in the official site, clarifying there are no negotiations between Chelsea and Milan over Alexandre Pato while Luis Fabiano focusing on Sevilla only

The English media claimed on Sunday that Chelsea are ready to table a £45m bid for AC Milan and Brazil star Pato. The deal offers Pato going to Chelsea for £45m but he will return to the San Siro outfit for one loan year in the future. According to Chelsea insider, that’s how everyone is happy…

The Serie A giants rubbish the story, saying again that there is no way he’s leaving Milan this transfer window. The official note in AC Milan official site reads:

“Concerning news that appeared this morning on English media, A.C. Milan reiterate that there is no negotiation regarding Alexandre Pato, and that the player is absolutely not for sale.”

The ‘Duck’ tied to a contract until 2012. Last term he scored 15 Serie A goals in 36 appearances, finishing after Ricardo Kaka in AC Milan top scorers list, who left for Real Madrid this summer for £54m.

Pato stays, and there is new striker. After signing Klaas-Jan Huntelaar last week, Luis Fabiano not needed at the club; however, reports suggested he has agreed personal terms with AC Milan. Milan tried to bring Luis to San Siro but failed to do it twice and on the last time, they signed Huntelaar instead.

Fabiano himself, who dreams about playing at AC Milan, insisting he doesn’t think about AC Milan at all, only Sevilla is in his mind. “I do not think of Milan, they made their offer, but I was quiet and I was always thinking of Sevilla,” Brazil and Sevilla hitman told.

“What I am concerned about just now, is to continue working to be fit for the start of the season.” Fabiano scored 47 goals in 105 appearances for Sevilla since 2005, but he also in the midfield and has an ability to create his own chances.

By Meytar Zeevi, Rossoneri Blog



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