Ac.Milan is not the same Italian powerhouses

Every top player in the world wants to be able to compete in some of the biggest competitions in the world and Ac.Milan is not the same Italian powerhouses that they were some time ago. A number of managers have stepped up and taken charge of the club but the team still continues to struggles and this has started a string of rumors that have linked Silvio Berlusconi with the possibility of selling a big part of his stake in the Italian club.

There also are rumors emerging concerning the future of certain players as they were linked with a move away from the Italian club and one of these players is Stephan El Shaarawy who has been going through a tough time trying to surgery, he was ruled out of action for a further 10 weeks. However, even with all of these injuries that has affected the 22 year old player he has still managed to display what he has to offer and he is being considered to be as one of the most promising and talented young Italian players.

Shaarawy has attracted the attention of: Arsenal, Inter Milan and Liverpool as they are all interested in signing the youngster but according to the agent of the player, Manuel has announced that Shaarawy will not be leaving in the approaching summer transfer window. Manuel is the brother and agent of Shaarawy and he said: “Stephan will not join another Italian club. I know CEO Adriano Galliani has not told Stephan to join Genoa and I have not received an offer from them, either. I can exclude a domestic transfer this summer.I have read rumors about Udinese, Torino and Genoa, but I can rule this out.” Shaarawy has a contract with Ac.Milan that extends until June of 2018 but if the right offer comes along and it’s good enough to tempt the player and his agent to make a switch then it might actually happen. The 22 year old attacker is eager on winning major titles and this does not seem like it’s going to occur with Ac.Milan anytime soon.