AC Milan linked with Genoa left back Domenico Criscito

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AC Milan in link with Genoa left back Domenico Criscito
If the reports coming out of Italy are to be believed, AC Milan are looking to sign Genoa wing back Domenico Criscito.
AC Milan CEO, Adriano Galliani, had earlier stated in an interview that Rossoneri will look to reinforce the backline, should a quality player be made available in the market.
“We have an ultra squad with Ibrahimovic, Pato, Robinho and winter sample, If we are presented with an opportunity to strengthen the backline, we will do it”
With Galliani having shown willingness to invest further in the squad, a move for the talented Rossoblu left back is on the cards. Criscito started his career in a Rossoblu jersey before moving to Juventus FC in 2006. However, first team opportunities were
hard to come by. Genoa duly brought the player back on a loan deal; the move was made permanent later. Fast forward four years, and the 24-year-old has developed into one of the best full backs in the Italian League.
The Rossoneri defensive woes are no secret, if anything, they are well documented. Current AC Milan left back,, is clearly not AC Milan quality. The
likes of Juventus FC, AS – in the Champions
League, Galliani must splash some cash if Diavolo are to keep their progression dreams intact.
Full back area has grown tremendously in importance over the last couple of years. Galliani knows this too well and defensive cover has thus become a priority.
Genoa paid 11.5 million Euros for the player’s rights, and Galliani would be expected to sanction a cheque in the region of 15 million Euros. Whether Rossoneri have resources to make such an investment is a completely different matter altogether.
Even though such a move is pure fantasy talk for now, Rossoneri will be taking a step in the right direction with the acquisition of the Italian international.



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