Etoo to Play in Ac Milan?

By: NIHAL

It seems that the Brazilian 'Phenomenon'- Ronaldo has chosen Samuel Eto'o (currently earning ?60,000 per week) to play alongside him at AC Milan, rather than his compatriot, Ronaldinho (currently earning ?158,000 per week). It's been said that the Rossoneri board has shown an interest in getting the Cameroonian to play upfront with Ronaldo and backed by Kaka.

Kaka on the other hand, together with Galliani and Berlusconi have in their own way, tried on many occasions, persuading 'Gaucho' (Ronaldinho) to join them at the Rossoneri camp. These are all the preparations that are taking place currently in Serie A, as all teams prepare for the next season.

But somehow or rather, Eto'o did mention that he never would play in Italy, due to some racists remarks thrown at him over there. To me, if he did play alongside Ronaldo and Kaka, he would make a remarkable impact in Milan.

Looking at the current situation, it won't be very easy for Milan to get Eto'o just yet as the Rossoneri will have stiff competition from Manchester United (?29m)and Chelsea (?30m), who both have put their bids for the goal scoring sensation.

Imagining a Brazilian 'tridente' in Milan, for me, is simply mind boggling. What are the odds of having this three star's playing side by side....I like! But sometimes even by having all the star's on the same side, does not mean success is guaranteed, take the example of Real Madrid.

And definitely right now, what AC Milan really needs are players that can adapt to Carlo Ancelloti's tactical scheme. Player's like Ze Roberto (Santos) and Alexandre Pato (Internacional) have also taken their place in Milan's book of shortlisted player's.

At the end of the day, whatever decision's made at the Rossoneri, will still have to depend on Eto'o. Remember, Rio Ferdinand is a close friend of Eto'o, this put's a very strong possibility that he would prefer a move to Old Trafford. What do you think?

Till then, let's just enjoy the game.

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