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Well its not official yet like Messi :pp

But check out his latest goal vs PSG:

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If you've been following his game you would know that he didn't do this by accident.

A goal he scored a few months ago:

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I hope he returns to Milan but its looking increasingly unlikely. Whatever it is, I will always be his fan :hopeful:
 

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It was a great decision, in my opinion.

Had he stayed at Milan he would have rotted on the bench and playing without continuity.

Loaning him out was just supposed to be "Ok, you go play and come back". But apparently Ancelotti doesn't care about him :wallbang:
 

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Gourcuff is a bright young player and maybe Milan loaned him a little too early but i still feel he has totally different traits than Zidane.
 

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I really rate this guy, ever since his time at Rennes. I'm glad to see he's doing so well at the moment. If Ancelotti doesn't want him there are plenty of teams who will have him.
 

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The question is if he's got the mental strength to make it at the highest level. His time at Milan suggests that he doesn't.

Still young, though, and the potential sure is there.
 

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That goal against PSG is absolutely insane. Incredible. I always thought the Milan move was too soon for him after having only one good season at Rennes, but he seems to be better than ever this season.
 

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He may be the next Zidane but he will never be the next O FENOMENO RONALDO!
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I believe as a part of the loan deal, Bordeaux has the option to sign him outright for €15m ?

EDIT - Yup, he does.
UEFA.com said:
If the Rossoneri have their way, Gourcuff could yet share many more good times with those illustrious names. The San Siro outfit have kept a close eye on his performances and appear keen to bring him back in the summer, though Bordeaux hope to make the deal permanent by activating a buy-out clause in the region of €15m.
 

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Yeah, thats the worst part of it.

But in the end its up to the player. Bordeaux can pay the money, but if Gourcuff doesn't want to go then nothing will happen and he will return to Milan.

Another factor in Milan's favor though is that Gourcuff now earns about double the money the next guy does in Bordeaux, so how Bordeaux will afford the transfer is a question.

But the whole problem is that its Ancelotti who seems to not care. Bordeaux don't even have to meet the set price if he doesn't want the player back..
 
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