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Marcus Rashford Wanted by AC Milan

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AC Milan have put Manchester United's England striker Marcus Rashford, 21, on a list of potential targets after failing in a move for Swedish veteran Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 37. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/gossip

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Gazzetta - Niente Ibra, il Milan lavora al piano B: Quagliarella primo nome, piacciono anche Origi e Rashford

11.12.2018 08:00 di Salvatore Trovato  articolo letto 47304 volte

Sfumato Ibra (le parole di Leonardo non lasciano spazio a eventuali sorprese), il Milan sta lavorando al piano B. La pista principale, come riporta l’edizione odierna de La Gazzetta dello Sport, porta a Fabio Quagliarella, nome che piace e che riscuote un elevato gradimento dalle pari di via Aldo Rossi. Leo aveva già pensato a “Quaglia” lui nelle scorse settimane, ma il nome di Ibrahimovic aveva di fatto congelato le altre ozpioni.

IN PRESTITO - La situazione è piuttosto vantaggiosa, visto che il giocatore ha il contratto in scadenza a giugno. Con la Samp c’è in ballo un discorso sul rinnovo, ma la pratica fin qui non ha registrato passi avanti concreti. Il Milan non ha ancora avanzato un’offerta ufficiale alla Samp, ma non è escluso che l’ex Juve possa partire in prestito. Resta da capire, però, se a Fabio possa andare bene un semestrale. Di certo il club rossonero, al momento, difficilmente può spingersi oltre.

SOLUZIONI INGLESI - Le altre piste - che il Milan sta esaminando in queste ore - portano in Premer League. A Leonardo e Maldini piacciono molto Origi del Liverpool e Rashford del Manchester United. Ma la soluzione più logica resta Quagliarella, perché ha qualità, conosce bene il nostro campionato, sa adattarsi alle esigenze di turnover, è compatibile con gli altri attaccanti rossoneri e ha un ingaggio umano.

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6 hours ago, DeadLinesman said:

I’m done with the club if they sell him.

This. Maybe a loan but selling him should never be an option. 

 

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1 hour ago, José said:

This. Maybe a loan but selling him should never be an option. 

 

Why would you loan him to AC Milan? 

 

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9 hours ago, Cannabis said:

Would be so Manchester United to sign shite and release the talent.

Then sign Rashford back a few years later for an insane amount of money after a few years of seeing him tear Italy apart.

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1 minute ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Then sign Rashford back a few years later for an insane amount of money after a few years of seeing him tear Italy apart.

And revert to being shit

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Just now, Cicero said:

And revert to being shit

I think Rashford's one of the few Manchester United players that isn't playing shite right now tbh.

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1 minute ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Then sign Rashford back a few years later for an insane amount of money after a few years of seeing him tear Italy apart.

Like Pogba, he tore Italy apart and we got him back for a mere cough, cough   :whistling: £80 mill and now he is a total waste of space. 

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Just now, CaaC - John said:

Like Pogba, he tore Italy apart and we got him back for a mere cough, cough   :whistling: £80 mill and now he is a total waste of space. 

Yeah that's what I was referencing. It's mental too because didn't he leave you on a free? And now he's so fucking shite it's unbelievable - though some players are way more suited for Serie A football than the prem (and vice versa).

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Just now, Danny said:

Can’t see this being true.

Neither can I, but the article says they also want to sign Quagliarella - which I think is a lot more realistic. And even though he's 35, he's still performing in Italy.

If they can't get Quagliarella, who's their top target... this then says they're looking at Origi & Rashford.

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1 minute ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Yeah that's what I was referencing. It's mental too because didn't he leave you on a free? And now he's so fucking shite it's unbelievable - though some players are way more suited for Serie A football than the prem (and vice versa).

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Aye, Juve can have him back if they want, a packet of peanuts will do as a price. 

"...before a protracted transfer brought him to Manchester United in 2009. After beginning his senior career with Manchester United two years later, limited appearances persuaded him to depart to join Italian side Juventus on a free transfer in 2012"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Pogba

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I can't see Rashford being sold to AC Milan.  Unless  Pochettino  comes in the summer and brings Kane with him😁

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