‘Novo’ to join Milan, Genoa in Serie A
Football Italian (in Italian) By Gianluca D’AlessandroI have spoken to a few football people about their future in Italy.
Here is a quick summary of the players I spoke with, and the reasons why they chose the Italian giants over the big names of England and Germany.
I speak with Gianlucas D’Agostini, the president of the Inter Football Union of Italy, who is now the chairman of the club that has the rights to negotiate with the Premier League and other major European leagues.
He also works closely with the president-general of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), and he has some experience with the Champions League.
D’Agastini told me that he has had a long conversation with the chairman.
He has a very close relationship with the Italian federation and its president-generals, so he has a lot of experience.
The other day, I spoke to the president and he told me they will be very interested in me, which was great.
The players are looking forward to playing in Milan, he said, because they have played there a few times and because of the friendly atmosphere.
I have never been in Milan.
The reason they are looking to go there is because of a new signing, which is Alessandro Nesta.
He’s a talented striker, and he wants to be in Milan because of its proximity to the Adriatic Sea, so they have a great connection.
The reason why he wanted to go to Milan was because of some important reasons, D’Allegro told me.
Nesta, who scored a goal against Barcelona in the Champions and Europa League semi-finals, is a former teammate of Milan striker Andrea Pirlo, who joined the club from Lazio in the summer.
He plays in a very creative style, which suits Nesta’s style of play.
In his first season in Serie B, the Italian club scored just nine goals in 34 games.
Nesta also had a good season at Juventus in the previous season, scoring 10 goals in 30 games.
I think Nesta has the qualities to succeed at Milan, Dicaprio said.
“Nesta has a good shot and a good touch, but also the physicality, he can go forward and can also play the right flank, which he has the experience in.
He can be a very good player, but his best days are ahead of him.”
Dicapro was talking about Nesta, the young striker, who was also an Inter player in the past, but was not at Inter when they were champions.
Now, he is a Milan player.
It is very difficult to get a good relationship with Italian players because they are very young, he added.
Milan are a club with great history, he noted.
They won three Serie A titles, two Copa del Reys, two Serie B titles and a third in the last season of the current Serie A. It is a great club, and they have great tradition, he told Dicampro.
There is no doubt that there are a lot more teams interested in signing the young player.
In fact, a few years ago, Nesta signed for Juventus.
But now the player is in the Premier league, so I think he will be signed by other clubs, too.
D’Altero has already confirmed that he is leaving Inter for Juventus, and his contract runs until 2020.
Maurizio De Laurentiis is the general manager of the Milanese giants, and, in addition to signing Nesta and the talented Italian striker, he has also brought in another Italian player, Alessandro Riggi, who played for Milan and Roma in Serie C.
Riggi is a striker who plays a very high tempo, and Milan need that, said De Laurentius.
Riggio has played for Juventus twice, scoring a goal and adding two assists.
He is also a good passer, and it is very important for us to have him in the squad.
As for the future of Milan, I don’t think there is a big chance that Milan will be able to compete with the bigger clubs, but they have an important team in the group of Italian champions, he concluded.
We have to win the league, and this season we are doing very well, so there is no reason why Milan won’t be in the top four.
What do you think about the signing of Nesta?