Silvio Berlusconi is supposedly looking at the possibility of signing Kaka, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Mario Balotelli for Serie B side A/C Monza.
Silvio Berlusconi is supposedly looking at the possibility of finalizing Kaka, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Mario Balotelli for Serie B side Monza
The former Italian prime minister, who purchased Monza in 2018 after owning A/C Milan for over 30 years, is intending on finalizing at least 3 prominent players to add to his side who were just recently crowned champions of Serie C, following the cancellation of the 2019-20 campaign.
The 83- year-old has actually exposed his desire to sign 3 of his former staff members, whom he thinks might assist assist Monza to the Italian leading flight.
“We are thinking of four or five reinforcements. I am very optimistic that we can also win the Serie B championship and Kaka may be one of them,” Berlusconi informed Italian outlet Telelombardia.
When inquired about the possibility of finalizing Ibrahimovic, Berlusconi added: “It was a goal for us and, for non-sporting reasons, we had to give up. But you should never say never. We will keep trying.”
Thirty-eight-year-old Kaka, who was signed two times by Berlusconi and assisted Milan win the 2003-04 Serie A title along with the 2006-07 Champions League, has actually been retired from football considering that 2017 when he completed his profession with Big league Soccer side Orlando City.
Ibrahimovic, who re-signed for Milan in December, has actually scored an overall of 60 goals in 95 appearances during 2 spells with the club, while former Manchester City striker Balotelli is supposedly set to have his contract with Brescia ended after ongoing disagreements with club owner Massimo Cellino