Monday, 30 August 2010

Arrival of Ibrahimovic paves way for Pato departure

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - AUGUST 10: Alexandre Pato  of Brazil celebrates a his goal against the U.S. in the first half of a friendly match at the New Meadowlands on August 10, 2010 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)The arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimovich on loan at AC Milan with a view to buy could be seen as some as a back up for Pato. Pato who was brought to Italy by Carlo Ancelotti, and was groomed by the Italian, has been a long term target for the Chelsea boss.

Pato began the Serie A season with 2 well taken goals. With Didier Drogba reaching the final years of his career the arrival of Pato would be a welcoming surprise. The Brazilian was left out of the World Cup squad for Brazil was brought back in by new Brazil manager.

Pato would welcome the chance to link up with Carlo Ancelotti again. The young Brazilian could be eager to win some silverware and his arrival would indicate Carlo Ancelotti's aim to build his fortress for the future at Stamford Bridge.

Reports claim that recently Chelsea have made inquiries into the availability of Pato and Milan could do with the cash. With the transfer window ending within a day and a bit Chelsea will try to speed up negotiations if any.

Alexandre Pato would be a great signing if made and he would love the oppurtunity to continue flourishing under the man who gave him his identity at AC Milan.

4 Responses to “Arrival of Ibrahimovic paves way for Pato departure”

Srijan said...
August 30, 2010

Pato had previously told he is gonna be with Milan for life, that doesn't really mean anything when u are a 20 yr old ! :P

He is exactly what we need .. strong lad, brilliant with the ball and more over a Brazilian !!

I always favored him over Aguero and Neyamar .. Lukaku + Pato is something i would die for !

Manny Matern said...
August 30, 2010

i think that this is one for the future. I dont think a striker is our biggest concern right now, a centre half + goal keeper should be priority.
But with only one and half days left so it doesn't look like we will make any other signings.

Malhaar Kale said...
August 30, 2010

i have been following milan for long time and i can confirm that milan will not make a way for pato's departure instead they will let their other striker borriello go....

Anonymous said...
August 31, 2010

Even if Milan would sell,there is no more time left,'cos the transfer window remains just a day and we really need this guy to replace Drogba in the future.

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