As attention shifts to the numerous mid- week international friendlies, news from Italy suggests that Juventus and CSKA Moscow player Milo Krasic have agreed on contractual terms.
The 25 year old Serbian international has been one of Juve’s most sort after summer targets and this news should be a breathe of fresh air to all their fans. Speaking to Sky Italia, an elated Krasic announced that all that was left was both clubs to agree on tth terms.
“I have found an agreement with Juventus. All that is missing now is for the two clubs to agree terms,”
Juventus are willing to offer the Russian club 15 million Euros for Krasic but CSKA want 18 million.
Meanwhile, Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has said that the Rossoneri will have to work harder if they are to put up a strong challenge in the new season. This is very true however, in my opinion, Milan have themselves to blame should they fail to win any trophies this season.
With vice president Adriano Galliani stating that the club will not be buying any new players in this transfer window, Milan might have just hit the last nail in their coffin.
With two of their star players out injured and with only two weeks left until they begin their 2010/2011 campaign, Milan do not look convincing. Sure they may have added a defender and a keeper, however, without new creativeness upfront, the Rossoneri are bound to suffer.
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