Royston Drenthe, De Silvestri, Bale and Beckham Linked with AC Milan

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The new name on the note-book of the Milan is Royston Drenthe. The rossonera society is to the search of a lateral one and the Dutch goes to join to Gareth Bale and Lorenzo De Silvestri in the list of the objectives. Not there is still a real negotiation with Real Madrid, but in the next hours us they could be of the contacts. The transaction is difficult: the Milan has bonds relationships with the Florentino president Perez, but Manuel trainer Pilgrims has often used Drenthe in friendly the prechampionship and therefore he does not seem to be one of those elements to the margins of the plan galacticos.

IN SALE - an overhong to the negotiation could happen if the Real did not succeed in sfoltire the rose. To that point the Dutch could be put in sale. He would want it to the Milan on loan oneroso: 3-4 million quickly and 7-8 between a year.

BALE AND DE SILVESTRI - the tracks Remain however in feet that carry to Bale and De Silvestri. Even if for the Italian there is from estimating the entity of the accident made up for yesterday with Under 21. A decision on the purchase of the lateral one will be taken probably after consults with Silvio Berlusconi.

BECKHAM - With the Galaxy it is being worked to a new loan of Beckham. Al term of it puts into effect them USA season (between October and November) the centrocampista could svincolarsi. But the two clubs are dealing on the base of the same formula of the slid year, like reveal one of its agents: “The two clubs have as soon as begun to dealing - Oliveira has explained -. The Milan has manifested the interest of having David newly on loan, for a short time (from January to june, ndr). For he it is the ideal solution, since, from the next January, it has the necessity to play in Europe in order to head for the World-wide ones”. This solution would make comfortable also the square of Los Angeles, than it would not lose English definitively.

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