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Italian radios reported this morning that Milan have signed Caracciolo from Brescia. He would join Milan in January. Apparently, the contract is for 3 years and Boriello is involved in this deal. Also Il Corriere dello Sport this morning is reporting this on its first page.

So Boriello to Brescia and Caracciolo to Milan. :shades:

Caracciolo is physically strong, therefore good in the air and also good for his big presence in the box. He's also fast and has good technics. A good solid target man which would give us more options up front. :thmbup:

Some of my italian friends are saying that Caracciolo would be used in the Gilardino deal in the sense that Caracciolo would be sent to Parma if Parma remains in Serie A. If the Gialloblu were to go down to Serie B, then Caracciolo would remain in Milan with Gilardino coming to Milan. In both cases, sounds good. If I were to chose, I'd prefer Parma to remain in A and we get Gilardino and to keep Caracciolo as well!:stuckup: :)

Bel Colp di :devil: Zio Fester :devil: !:stuckup::devil: :thmbup:

Ben venga Caracciolo!!!!:stuckup::shades:

Cheers.;)

P.S. Il Corriere dello Sport is also reporting that Milan are working on...Jankulovski and...Chivu...:lala: These 2 would be terrific!!!!:star: Presidente, what are the rumours about these 2 in Milano?:hopefull:
 

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He's been linked in the past with us. I shall be watching a talk show this evening, let's say that around 12 pm local time I will be able to add any incomming news.
 

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However, the flip side of this deal would be if Boriello goes to Brescia, then we won't be able to use him in a future swap...:sob:

We must find some other alternatives for that!:nervous: Any suggestions?:hopefull:

In :devil: HIM :devil: we trust for that!:stuckup::devil: :jester:

Cheers.;)
 

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If Jankulowski ends up in Milan (which would be great) this will be as close as we have ever been to the brilliant Donadoni deal in early Silvio reign! :D And we all know what happened since then. ;) But I believe Juve have locked him up for more than a year now. As for chivu ... well, not as impressive as we all thought with Roma.
 

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Hey guys ;) It ain't Championship Manager here :D
I believe we will not sign anybody in January, but that's me :stuckup:

P.S. Bono is right about the Donadoni deal ;) It was the beginning of something huge :star: Atalanta till back then gave all their players to Juve ;)
 

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I think Jankulovsky is an alternative for Solari, but this doesn't mean we don't want to ivest in him for the future as well, cause he can play as a left back with great skills as he showed in euro 04..so Solari doesn't rule out Jankulvsky

anyway knowing the Baldie we are more likely to sign Solari cause he's free agent, and Jankulvsky would be 7/8 million euros.

If you ask me, Jank is worthy those moneys because apart Zambrotta i don't see currently many players with his skills, and it's still a fair price for a 27 y o.

Caracciolo: i don't know, a good player, but don't think he will ever be regular for us, more a good option in some matches
 

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Milan doesn't need another striker unless they are planning on getting rid of a few. Caracciolo would probably be the best fit at Milan due to his characteristics. He would be a good fit playing alongside Shevchenko, whereas Gilraldino is probably the one who is going to score more goals than Carraciolo but his partnership with Shevchenko might not be as effective due to their similarities of characteristics whereas Caracciolo and Shevchenko might be able to play off each others strengths.

Unless Milan plans on getting rid of Tomasson, Crespo goes back to Chelsea and Pippo rarely plays then maybe then Gilraldino and Caracciolo could both play for Milan but in all likelihood Caracciolo will go to Parma for Gilradino and Shevchenko and him will try to hammer out a partnership. However if I were Milan and I were to get a striker I would get Caracciolo over Gilraldino because he is a better fit and would get more use there than Gilraldino.
 

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bono said:
If Jankulowski ends up in Milan (which would be great) this will be as close as we have ever been to the brilliant Donadoni deal in early Silvio reign! :D And we all know what happened since then. ;) But I believe Juve have locked him up for more than a year now. As for chivu ... well, not as impressive as we all thought with Roma.
Spot on Bono Janku is the man we need to shore up our side IMo,If we can can land Caracciolo and Gila I'd be wrapped but that would mean Tommo and Crespo would be going of course.
 

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As for chivu ... well, not as impressive as we all thought with Roma.
Injuries aside, he's been great for us. He has featured circa 45 minutes this season and missed a lot of last season. But even if he in my eyes is among the best defenders there is, it would be a HUGE risk for anyone that buys him seeing how he is so ridiculously injury prone.
 

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Janku would be a great signing. Not only for the bursting runs down the left flank but also a good left-footed setpiece specialist. Noticed how many freekicks on the right of the penalty box were fluffed by righties like Pirlo, Seedorf or Rui Costa?

For the records, most of our FKs were fluffed this season :D
 
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