Sunday, January 2, 2011

Ibrahimovic: Sad to see Ronnie leave

AC Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic is disappointed at the departure of Ronaldinho but is excited at Antonio Cassano’s arrival.
Brazilian midfielder Ronaldinho flew to Brazil from Milan's training camp in Dubai on Saturday to iron out the minor details of his looming move to boyhood outfit Gremio.
Italian striker Cassano on the other hand, has been training with the Milan squad in Dubai and is formally expected to be unveiled in the coming days.
The former Roma and Real Madrid player only joined
Milan after being sacked by Sampdoria for arguing with club president Riccardo Garrone.
While his past antics and history of disciplinary issues with former clubs has led him to be labeled as a disruptive figure, Ibrahimovic claims that he is getting alone fine with Cassano and is also sad to see former World Player of the Year Ronaldinho leave the Milan giants.
"I want to win everything there is to win, although I'm sorry that I will not be there at Cagliari (he is suspended)," said the Swedish striker, according to
 "I always want to play, but we're a great team and we will do well just the same.
"I regret that Ronnie is not here anymore, he is one of the strongest champions of all time. He was not happy on the pitch lately. But he must do what he wants.

"Cassano? I found him well, he needed to go on a little diet. He's a professional, I do not think that we will quarrel. He can't get a situation better than this."
Milan ended the year 2010 at the summit of the Serie A table, three points ahead of second placed Napoli.

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