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AC MILAN, Galliani: "Robinho doesn't want to leave. Bertolacci? We'll see.."

04.03.2013 01.00 by Marco Gori  read 3186
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Interviewed by La Domenica Sportiva, AC Milan Chief Executive Adriano Galliani has declared: "When at the end of the year I was in Sao Paulo to sell Pato, I realized how much the transfer market has changed. Once upon a time we went there to buy, no we go to sell players. Robinho? He is very happy at Milan, he doesn't want to go to Brazil. Staying here is his first choice, the alternative, for family reasons, is moving back o Santos. Today is a very important day for Bryan Cristante: he has turned 18 and tomorrow ill sign a five-year deal. Bertolacci? We have to see because we have already signed Saponara. Allegri will be the chief of all the coaches. We are following Ajax's model. Milan rarely fire their coach".

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