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Gattuso Coming to England?

Posted on by tyduffy

 Gattuso Coming to England?

AC Milan midfielder Gennaro “the snarling dog” Gattuso has admitted his desire to play in the English Premier League, potentially next season.

Gattuso, 30, previously played in Britain for Scottish side Rangers and has an English speaking wife. He has been rumored in the past to be a target of Manchester United.

He is widely regarded as one of the premier defensive midfielders in football, known for his energy and savage tackling. If Milan will let Gattuso go, he would arouse interest from the top four in England as well as hopeful cash foisters, such as Newcastle and Tottenham.

Wenger mentioned bringing an experienced player into the Arsenal squad. It is hard to get more experience than Gattuso who has two Champions League winners medal and a World Cup.
He would give Arsenal some steel in the midfield. He would also provide flexibility, being able to play on the middle and on the right and in the midfield or in defense. It would seem to make sense.

Having lost the monikered Gattuso to Milan, would Arsene splash the cash to bring in the genuine one?

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3 Responses to Gattuso Coming to England?

  1. Kartik says:

    He was awful at Rangers and is hardly a Premiership player. That having been said he is a World Cup Champion!

  2. Michael says:

    He wasn’t great at Rangers, yes, but he was still young and he was played as a right back at times. He was played out of position under Advocaat there.

  3. Kartik says:

    Advocaat, the Hidinnk wanna be who follows him in every job it seems!

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