Sevilla striking ace Luis Fabiano has hinted at a possible move away from the Ramon Sanchez Stadium, highlighting the Premier League as a possible destination. The Brazilian international has been a target for many of Europe’s top clubs for some time now having consistently impressed with his performances over the last few seasons in La Liga.
Although both Manchester United and Chelsea have been linked with January moves for the 29-year-old striker, Fabiano has stated that he will remain a Sevilla player for at least the rest of this season. He quoted by The Daily Star Sunday as saying:
“A January move would be too risky, but after the World Cup it’s a different story. I see United as a team with a very interesting style of play, of passing, of crossing. I think it would be easy to fit in. Then there’s the Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti, whom I really admire, and Sir Alex Ferguson too.”
Whilst Fabiano joins a long list of strikers linked with the Stamford Bridge club, he has also reignited rumours of a possible move to Old Trafford. Fabiano has scored over 50 times in his 4 years at Sevilla and has already bagged 8 goals in 9 league appearances this term for the side who are looking to topple the monopoly of Real Madrid and Barcelona. Sir Alex Ferguson has always been an admirer of the prolific Brazilian and Fabiano’s comments are likely to stir the Scot’s interest.
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