Published On: Fri, Feb 8th, 2013

AC Milan forward set for Manchester City move

attacker could join the Premier League champions next season.

The Rossoneri don’t intend on activating their €14m buy-out option set by .

The Spaniard joined Milan on loan having spent last season at AS Roma.

While Bojan has had his uses, there are question marks surrounding his adaptability to Serie A football.

While it is early to rule out Milan purchasing the Barcelona youth product, a move to Manchester City could be on the cards as Bojan’s father works as a talent scout for the Citizens.

The Premier League would be less physically demanding and has suited fellow compatriots such as and .

Bojan has scored three times and assisted twice since joining Milan and has insisted he is happy with his role at the club.

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- AC Milan fan living near Brighton. Big advocate for Financial Fair Play and Youth Development in football. Write for both Forza Italian Football and RealMadridNews.com. Began my fascination with football as a teenager and was primarily attracted to the sport by the exploits of Ronaldinho. Have since become a great lover of Calcio and the gritty defensive side of the game which is totally undervalued. Began supporting AC Milan in 2009 and have branched out into other leagues. My favourite player is Paolo Maldini. You can follow me at @mercutio156 on Twitter.

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  1. i love to see bojan in our team next season so this is very bad news.

  2. Pavle says:

    This would be great for Milan. To pay 14 million euros for Krki? is funny, because he’s 4th or 5th striker in the club behind El Shaarawy, Balotelli, Pazzini and even Niang. Sell Robinho please at the end of the season or even now before Brazilian market closes!

  3. Mr-Ed says:

    About as much chance as me playing for City. I’m 51 and have a dodgey right knee.

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