Date: 23rd May 2011 at 7:22pm
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Paolo Di Canio has stated that has been looking to forge a working relationship with AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur within the transfer market.

Di Canio stated that his former manager at West Ham United, Harry Redknapp, would be willing to discuss the idea of sending some of his younger players to Swindon Town on a loan basis. Recently, Redknapp allowed Jonathan Obika to link up with Town, sadly it was an unsuccessful stint not assisted by Danny Wilson’s departure.

Many fans will be excited by the name of A.C. Milan. Di Canio told the press that during his final evening of media commitments in Italy covering Serie A, that he ‘spoke with Adriano Galliani, the chairman of AC Milan, and I asked him jokingly to give me some players’, and Galliani replied by saying ‘seriously come to me for good, young talented players.’

Di Canio concluded by saying that the club could ‘start a collaboration, but we have some idea and in the next few days we will know everything.’

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4 Replies to “Di Canio Looks to Milan and Spurs for Assistance”

  • Not to mention Hutton + GDS,. You’ll probaby get people like Caulker, Rose, Towsend and Bostock but I hope you dont cos we need to blood the kids in the Europa League. At least you get to play Oxford this year, one bonus of going down I guess…

  • I doubt that Harry will be willing to let his higher profile kids drop to the basement. I’m sure we’ll get the best of your newest crop of talent.

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