Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Possible interest in Lazio striker Pandev

Asked about the rumous linking Lazio Roma forward and Macedonian international Goran Pandev (25) to several European top clubs, the player's agent Carlo Pallavicino has said in an interview with Italian radio station Radio Kiss Kiss that six Champions League quarter-finalists are interested in the striker:

"Before talking about the transfer rumours, we should first wait for the Italian cup final in a couple of weeks. This should be the priority now. We also shouldn't forget that Pandev has a contract until 2010. That's why it's not up to us to deny or confirm anything.

I won't be surprised if Lazio proposes to renew the contract but Pandev is the object of desire for half of Europe. With his contract expiring in 2010 and the possibility of using the Article 17 of the FIFA Transfer Regulations, it is normal that it's a player who is wanted by many clubs. I only say that, of the eight teams who participated in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, six of them want to sign him."

Read more:
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Watch a video of Pandev:


bojan said...

Well I am Macedonian too and Pandev is very good player but do we realy need him? He maybe doesnt deserve to be in club like Lazio but I think we have better options! VISCA EL BARCA!!

Bole said...

He's great but not for Barca.

He is second striker and can't play as a winger or lone striker.

As a Cule I'd love to see him playing for Barca but as Macedonian I'd hate for him to be a benchwarmer in some of the biggest clubs in the world.

I'd rather watch him play for Lazio week in week out than watch rotting on Barca's bench.

koko=barca said...

What a great news for us, Macedonians. Pandev is a plyer with a great vision, I would love to si him in barca's shirt.

Aussie Barca Fan said...

He is good but not Barca quality. He will probably end up at Man City for some stupid amount of money once they figure out they can't attract any world class players.

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