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Fabregas to Milan, Forlan to Tottenham, and more…

Ahh, memories…


Barcelona were surely taking the p*ss with their bid of £27million for Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas earlier today, no? It’s almost as if Barca didn’t expect the bid to be accepted.

It’s like they wanted Fabregas to know there is concrete interest. It’s like they want everyone talking about in non-stop and to have the press asking the Barca players about how much they love Cesc at every opportunity.


Anyway, things have developed since then and, according to our Italian friends, Barca may not have things all their own way…

Football Italia is reporting AC Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is interested in filling the hole left by Andrea Pirlo with the shapely Fabregas. He said:

“We’ve not just discovered Fabregas this morning.

“Having lost Andrea Pirlo, Milan need a player of important technical qualities.

“There are two months of the market left and Adriano Galliani knows perfectly what this side is missing. If a player arrives then he will have an important value and will certainly be Milan level.”

The Spoiler quite likes the fact there are some other teams interested in Fabregas. While they’re amazing on the pitch, Barca haven’t half get on our nerves with the way they’ve gone about trying to sign Fabregas.

Take ‘em to the cleaners, Arsene…

Elsewhere, Diego Forlan looks like he’ll be on his way to Spurs after falling out with the chiefs at Atletico Madrid. Galatasaray made a bid but Forlan rejected it and the Turkish side’s president, Enrique Cerezo, had this to say:

“Diego will decide what happens, but it looks like his first choice will be England.”

Forlan bagged just eight goals in Spain last season and should compliment Peter Crouch perfectly…

Finally, new Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has not been hanging around and has agreed a deal in principal for Porto striker Radamel Falcao. The Daily Mail reckons the Blues have bid just over £26million for the Colombian.

1 response so far
  • Snookums // June 27, 2011 at 7:58 am

    Thank god this is all just a bad dream.

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