PAULO HENRIQUE GANSO is the ideal successor of Andrea Pirlo, Carlos Dunga thinks.
The saga of Paulo Henrique Ganso, 21-year-old of Santos FC, does not seem to be even near ending, as the white smoke has not arrived despite the new quotes and statements that are always coming up.
Former Brazil coach, Carlos Dunga, believes that Ganso lacks pace in order to succeed in a league like the Italian, especially in his natural role, and he suggests that Ganso would be better as a regista.
“Ganso can’t play as a No 10 in Italy. He doesn’t have the speed to play in that part of the pitch,” the former Fiorentina defensive midfielder is quoted as saying on Sunday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“He could play as a regista in Serie A. He could be the ideal heir to Pirlo at Milan. Ganso sees what normal players don’t. He isn’t quick, but he makes the ball run quickly.” Ganso usually plays as a trequartista.
In that interview, Dunga also said that Lucas Silva is like Kaka and Casemiro like Daniele De Rossi.