Alberto Aquilani has attracted attention from abroad

Fiorentina’s Alberto Aquilani is a summer target of clubs overseas, more specifically from clubs in the MLS. According to the agent of the Italian midfielder, Andrea D’Amico told the media that his client has turned into a player that clubs are interested in signing.

Aquilani is reaching his 31 years of age and it remains undecided if he wants or is able to continue performing in Fiorentina for a few more seasons. Reports are beginning to emerge that are linking Aquilani with a move to the young but quickly growing Major League Soccer.

Alberto Aquilani may move to play MLS

There have been intense rumours linking former Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani with a move to play in the MLS. The North American football league has been getting a number of high profile players in the last few months.

The arrival of names like Kaka, Steven Gerrard, and Frank Lampard has helped raise the profile of the league once again. This could be enough to convince Aquilani, who is set to be a free agent in the summer, into a move. The 30-year-old’s contract comes to an end this season but there have been no signs from Fiorentina that they would like to extend the deal.

Alberto Aquilani wants to prove himself against Spurs

Alberto Aquilani is not taking the coming Europa League fixture versus the Spurs as one to prove himself in.

He sees it as just another match for him in the Fiorentina outfit.

There is no doubt that the match is vital, for Fiorentina and for Aquilani too, but, being the wily customer that he is, the Italian does not want to get pressurized by over thinking about it.

Of course the fact that he has played quite a lot of big matches already in his career also helps.

He knows what to do ahead of such matches and how to be fresh by switching off from the game for a while.

Also, Fiorentina has a bit of an advantage having stopped Tottenham on a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the tie which was played at White Hart Lane.

Vincenzo Montella doubtful to continue with Fiorentina

The Italian midfielder Alberto Aquilani is a regular starter for Vincenzo Montella at Fiorentina as the player has started in all of the matches of this season in the Italian League.

Despite being a consistent player for Fiorentina, it’s unclear as if Aquilani wants to continue playing at the club and this is due to the fact that when his transfer from Liverpool to Fiorentina was completed, Aquilani stated that the only reason on why he failed on making a permanent move to Ac.Milan or Juventus was because of the excessive price that Liverpool had placed on him.

Alberto Aquilani criticizes Sampdoria Pitch

Former Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani has branded the pitch at Sampdoria as one of the worst he has ever played on.

The former Italian international recently took to the field with his Fiorentina teammates for the match against Sampdoria. Fiorentina are once again having top three ambitions this season. They have done well under Vincenzo Montella and are currently in the top 10 of the table. However, their Champions League ambitions suffered a huge blow after a 3-1 defeat. The defeat means that they are in the bottom half of the table with only one win in the last five.

VIOLA NET WIN

Fiorentina sealed their first victory of the season in the Serie A after defeating Atalanta with a narrow score of 1-0. This triumph came at a cost for Fiorentina as Mario Gomez picked up an injury that will be leaving him out of action for around 3 weeks according to the medical staff of the Italian club.

A statement from the official website of Fiorentina stated: "ACF Fiorentina can confirm that in the closing stages of the Atalanta v Fiorentina match, Mario Gomez sustained a grade one injury to the myotendinous junction of the flexor tendons in his right thigh. Gomez has already started treatment on the injury, and will undergo more tests in 10 days. He is expected to return to full fitness within three weeks."

Aquilani On Verge Of New COntract

Former Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani is reportedly on the verge of agreeing a new contract with Fiorentina. The Italian international has been at Fiorentina since 2012 after moving on a permanent basis for around € 800,000. The 30-year-old had once cost Liverpool an astonishing £ 20 million, but poor form and a number of injuries in the last few years have reduced his transfer value substantially. There have also been reports that he was looking for a move away from European football with MLS club New York City FC showing interest.

Capello Will Have To Explain Russian Performance

The manager of the Russia national football team, Fabio Capello, will have to provide an explanation to the nation’s parliament for the team’s poor outing in the World Cup in Brazil.

Russia got knocked out from the group stage of the tournament despite being placed in not so tough group.

Out of the three matches that Russia played in Brazil, they lost one, while, drew two and thus, just had a couple of points when the group round ended. That was not enough to see them through to the pre quarter finals.

According to the contract that Capello has with the Russian football Association, he will be at his post for 4 more years i.e. till the next World Cup.

Capello Will Have To Explain Russian Performance

The manager of the Russia national football team, Fabio Capello, will have to provide an explanation to the nation’s parliament for the team’s poor outing in the World Cup in Brazil.

Russia got knocked out from the group stage of the tournament despite being placed in not so tough group.

Out of the three matches that Russia played in Brazil, they lost one, while, drew two and thus, just had a couple of points when the group round ended. That was not enough to see them through to the pre quarter finals.

According to the contract that Capello has with the Russian football Association, he will be at his post for 4 more years i.e. till the next World Cup.

Fiorentina plan Alberto Aquilani pay cut

Italian club Fiorentina are planning contract talks with Italian international midfielder Alberto Aquilani as soon as he returns to the country after his duties with the Italian national team from the World Cup in Brazil.

The Viola is expected to sit down for contract talks with several of their players but the position with the Italian international is very precarious. They have already had positive contract talks regarding a straight forward extension with the likes of Borja Valero as well as Gonzalo Rodriguez and are also expected to go straight into negotiations with Peruvian midfielder David Pizzarro, whom they are very optimistic about holding on to.

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