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Menezes: Man Utd Target Should Shun Premiership For Italy

Manchester United and AC Milan target, Ganso, has been pushed to move to Italy by the Brazilian manager.

The talented Santos playermaker has already played over 100 games for the Brazilian outfit and has been heavily linked with a move to Europe. However, the 21-year old would command a heavy transfer fee thought to be in the region of £25million which could price out Milan.

Brazilian national coach Mano Menezes has suggested Ganso to move on in order to develop. However, Menezes told Gazzetta dello Sport:

“Ganso? He has the quality and the perfect tactical sense for Italian football. He should improve his energy, but he is young, time plays in his favor.

“The problem is that for Ganso, Santos and Brazilian football is not the center of the world and when you measure yourself with other internationals you find you must give even more.

“He will develop in Italy.”

Submitted by Football Freinds




  1. Paul

    July 22, 2011 at 11:03 am

    if the lad wants to win trophies and has lots of energy then the premiership is the best worldwide unlike italy were its for the tired old legs of older players

  2. Talal

    July 22, 2011 at 11:09 am

    I would rather man utd focuses on Adryan rather than Ganso as this guy already has a knee ligament problem, so never know how many times it will reoccurs in the season if it wasn’t well treated.

  3. Chris Mufc

    July 22, 2011 at 11:40 am

    Why would he want to go to Milan it’s full of has beens there nothing anymore at all just a useless bunch of retarded over weight crap players and we need a general like de Rossi for our midfield or Sweinsteiger forget kids we have enough

  4. Kev

    July 23, 2011 at 2:22 pm

    He isn’t good enough. Where does it say he should shun the premiership. Yet another sh!te “story”.

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