Ronaldinho Set For Brazil Return

Ronaldinho appears to have rejected a move to Blackburn Rovers and remains on course to rejoin Brazilian club Gremio. The former Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona forward is due to bring an end to his three-year spell with Serie A side AC Milan following the arrival of Antonio Cassano from Sampdoria. Ronaldinho has been widely expected to return to Gremio, the club where he began his professional career in 1998. English…

January 5, 2011

We Are Prepared To Lose Ronaldinho

Adriano Galliani, the vice-president of Italian club AC Milan has revealed that they are prepared to lose Brazilian playmaker Ronaldinho. The 30-year-old Brazilian international recently expressed his desire to stay at Milan, but his willpower will be tested by the club’s desire to lower their wage bill. “It’s never happened that a Milan player has reached an agreement with another club without our knowing also because they are happy with…

November 19, 2010

Match Preview-Milan V Real Madrid

A Potential Banana Skin Talk to Silvio Berlusconi and he will tell you that Milan have the Champions League encrypted in their DNA. Which isn’t necessarily an exaggeration given that the Rossoneri are the second most successful club in European Cup history, but in coach Massimiliano Allegri they do have an inexperienced tactician and that could cost them dearly. If Milan had won their opening three matches in Group G,…

November 3, 2010

Which Milan Forward Should Be Left Out Against Real Madrid? Ronaldinho, Robinho Or Alexandre Pato

So it turns out there can be downsides to having three superstar Brazilian forwards. For when you throw in an undroppable Swede, you suddenly have the kind of selection dilemma that can keep you awake at night. And that’s exactly the situation Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri finds himself in as his side get set to entertain Real Madrid in the Champions League. Until recently his quandry was made somewhat easier…

November 2, 2010

50 Highest Paid Footballers in the World

Futebol Finance compiled a list footballers with the top 50 paychecks from their football clubs. You might feel that some of the players on the list are over-paid and maybe some under-paid. Nonetheless, here is the list: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid, £11.3million) Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Barcelona, £10.4million) Lionel Messi (Barcelona, £9.1million) Samuel Eto’o (Internazionale, £9.1million) Kaka (Real Madrid, £8.7million) Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City, £7.4million) Karim Benzema (Real Madrid, £7.4million) Carlos Tevez…

February 19, 2010