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ITALY/ AC MILAN, Galliani: "We want a younger, more Italian player"

11.01.2013 17.30 by TM W  read 4467
Source: Acmilan.com
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Club CEO Adriano Galliani spoke with journalists today at the Serie A league meeting:

“I can assure you that there was no offer for Boateng and if there had been we would have said no. The Galatasaray president only paid us a courtesy visit. Balotelli? Robinho has stayed with us. Do you think we can add another forward on top of that? Zaccardo? It was an idea, but it came to nothing. Benatia? We have five centre backs in our squad. We want a youger team and maybe a more Italian team. The team did very well the other night in Turin and we would have deserved a draw. We had three forwards on the pitch who were born in the 90’s and a 20 year odl full back which was fantastic. The only players to leave will be from those not on the 18 player squad. I have a good relationship with Preziosi but it was just a friendly dinner. Constant? We’ll see, we have until June to make a decision. It was s shame against Juventus, it’s the second year in a row that we got knocked out in extra time. Sampdoria? All games are important as they’re all worth three points.”

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