January Transfer Headlines for Serie A

by Kevin Walker on December 4, 2008

Last Friday’s Gazzetta dello Sport frontpage reads, Tevez, Aguero and Drogba: Signings for January

meanwhile Corriere dello Sport mentioned Drogba’s call to Inter: “I am having the worst time of my career at Chelsea”

and how about these headlines from across the net,

AC Milan are reportedly interested in signing Flamengo’s talented shot stopper as they chase Bruno

Inter Milan quoted £20million for striker target - but it doesn’t look likely Drogba will be available for sale or rejoin his Portuguese mentor Mourinho.

More on Inter and manager Mourinho from Skysports telling how, the Nerazzurri won’t loan out Balotelli

channel4 Football Italia have posted there are sensational reports in the peninsula that Inter are preparing a bid for Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo. An additional article by The Telegraph entitled, Cristiano Ronaldo linked with Inter Milan despite Jose Mourinho Ballon d’Or blast

Finally, newly knighted Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas is also voicing an opinion and speculation on benefits for flight to Italy.  The Spaniard was recently quoted explaining should he quit Arsenal, he would pick the Rossoneri to join, 

 “I would undoubtedly pick the Rossoneri,” he confessed to La Gazzetta dello Sport. 

As debate on WHO goes WHERE come January begins to heat-up and as more pundits and managers add words to the potential transfer topic I thought a closer examination of several major players is required see, 

Serie A vs EPL In The January Transfer Window Who Will Win?

Will Serie A clubs gain the upperhand against their EPL counterparts during the January, 2009 transfer window or are marquee players such as Carlos Tevez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Didier Drogba set to stay put and play out the current season at their respective clubs?

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