MU’s Throwing Player Throws a Compliment on AC Milan
RB Leipzig midfielder, Emil Forsberg, threw praise on AC Milan Bandar Judi Terpercaya. The best playmaker of the Bundesliga last season was called AC Milan worthy of aligned with other world’s best clubs like Real Madrid and Manchester United (MU).
Forsberg is one of the actors behind Leipzig’s achievements as the Bundesliga runner-up. The Swede made 30 appearances in the Bundesliga and he was able to create 94 chances to 19 goals.
This statistic reportedly made MU want to bring Forsberg as an alternative Ivan Perisic. Red Devils ready to spend 45 million pounds (Rp 787 billion), more expensive than the price of Victor Lindelof (35 million pounds sterling).
But the 25-year-old made MU fans heartbroken recently. Not only reluctant to leave Leipzig, he even praised the other European club, AC Milan.
“AC Milan is one of the biggest clubs in the world, along with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United,” Forsberg said, as quoted by Football-Italia on Saturday (29/07/2017).
AC Milan Buy 10 Players
The Rossoneri have spent more than 210 million euros to buy ten players over the summer. In addition to getting Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci, other famous names also came to San Siro like: Lucas Biglia, Franck Kessie, Andre Silva, Mateo Musacchio, Hakan Calhanoglu and Ricardo Rodriguez.
Forsberg did not feel his praise on AC Milan has disappointed fans. Because he expressed the atmosphere of the team remain conducive and claimed not to say bad things about Leipzig.
“I do not understand why my words will cause trouble with RB Leipzig fans, because everything is going well here, I’m very motivated and concentrated on having a better season,” he said.
This is not the first time he praised AC Milan. Because in June he told the Swedish newspaper that, ‘Milan is a great club, one of the greatest in the world’.
“They have interesting projects in various ways, they invest and want to win back their throne, Champions League is not an important factor, I am more concerned with the role that players have in their teams,” Forsberg said.