Ignazio Abate AC Milan
Profile of the Italian footballer Ignazio Abate, who currently plays as a defender at AC Milan. The 27-year old player Abate joined Milan from Torino and wears the number 20 shirt.
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“Reports in Italy suggest that Abate - who is himself in the final year of his current But the player could deal a blow to both sides after revealing his desire to remain at Milan for life. Earlier this week he said: “My priority is Milan.”
“AC Milan’s Ignazio Abate is in line to replace Glen Johnson at Liverpool. The Mirror reports that the England defender is unlikely to renew his contract at Anfield and would be able to leave on a free next June.”
“Brendan Rodgers is eyeing AC Milan defender Ignazio Abate as a potential replacement for Glen Johnson.”
“The Mirror report that Abate in Milan so far and that Rodgers is considering whether to try and sign the defender on a free in the summer or a cut-price deal in January.”
“Liverpool are considering a move for AC Milan right back Ignazio Abate, whose contract is set to expire at the end of this season, Mirror reports.”
“Liverpool are reportedly targeting AC Milan defender Ignazio Abate as they search for a replacement for right-back Glen Johnson, who is set to leave Liverpool in the summer.”
“The Reds are keeping tabs on AC Milan full-back Ignazio Abate, 27, as a potential replacement for Glen Johnson.”
“Liverpool are keeping close tabs on AC Milan’s Ignazio Abate with a view to a cut-price January move, according to reports.”
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