Monday, 2 March 2009

Bojan monitored by half of Europe

Catalan sports paper Sport claims that several European clubs are interested in Barcelona forward and Spanish youth international Bojan Krkic (18) (read more here).

While most of the interested clubs, among which Ajax Amsterdam, would have asked Barcelona if Bojan could join them on loan, some would even be willing to pay the Catalan striker's buyout clause of 80 million euro° (read more
here).

Olympique Lyon would be willing to include Bojan in a possible transfer deal on Benzema, while Atlético Madrid would consider the same thing in a possible deal on Agüero. Italian clubs AC Milan and Inter Milan would also be monitoring the player.

Read more:
Villarreal wants Bojan for next season
Bojan's first tattoo
Bojan sounded out by European top clubs

4 comments:

KluivertsBoots said...

Bojan has to be off limits. He's the future face of the club, the successor to Xavi/Messi.

Aulas is a very shrewd businessman, so I bet he's willing to try anything in the Benzema negotiations.

Anonymous said...

lmao @ successor to Messi. he's ok very over hyped but the Serbian play's good

skanjos said...

bojan should stay with the team,i dont get why pep isnt using him now(his last games he performed great and got his mentality up by scoring some goals)

anyway i expect him to start the game with mallorca,i would love if pep starts pedro too

Miguel: the backseatstrangler said...

rijkaard played him on the left wing & he did really well. scored like 12 goals or something that season. don't know why pep is using him as the center forward during rotations instead of moving henry to the target man spot & using krkic on the flank?

not sure if he'd be considered "untouchable" though.

i'm a fan.

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