Tuesday, 12 May 2009

[2008] Fake agent links Huntelaar with Barcelona

this post was published exactly one year ago:

Italian player's agent Vincenzo Morabito, who says he represents Ajax forward Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (24), has said in an interview with Italian radio station Radio Radio that he thinks the player will leave this summer for Spain: "Real Madrid and Barcelona have already shown interest in a transfer. Johan Cruijff likes the player a lot and he's very influential in Barcelona, so I think he'll join them in the end."

Last month, Huntelaar nevertheless denied to have any link with Morabito in a message on his official website: "Klaas-Jan Huntelaar wants to give a clear message. There is a man who says to be the manager of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, but he's not. His name is Vincenzo Morabito. The things he says are unreliable and not true. There is only one official manager and his name is Arnold Oosterveer."

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1 comment:

one year ago, readers said...

djoef said...

those italians are crazy... :)))))

Anonymous said...

If I was Barcelona I would get in a cat and mouse game with Madrid and "intentionaly" begin putting "fake" bids for him in hopes that in the end Madrid will spend two to three times more money on him than they needed to. Plus he'd me more of a natural fit for Madrid which is starting to take on the apperance of the Holland National Team anyways. And with ALL the money we'd save we could probably get Guardado AND Maicon!...Alves would be the preferred option of course but he's going to cost an arm and a leg.

groga said...

I can't think Inter would let Maicon go for much less than what Sevilla is asking for Alves. Or what Ajax is asking for Huntelaar...

Looking at how they play, Huntelaar would indeed fit better in Madrid.

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