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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Bonera, a new hope for Milan's defense

Milan finally bought a defender who is still young. It is Daniele Bonera who is recruited by Milan from Ennio Tardini to San Siro. This transfer has been confirmed on Milan official website, while the presentation of the player to public will be held on Saturday (July 29th, August) afternoon local time.
Bonera (25), is signed until 2010 but the details of the transfer has not been released to public. The fee is predicted to be cheap because he only has one year left of his contract at Parma. The reason Milan recruited Bonera is because the have failed to sign Zambrotta who went to Barcelona instead.
The presence of Bonera will bring a new blood in Milan's defense which is still relying on old guards like Maldini, Costacurta and Cafu. Bonera started his career with Brescia in season 1999-2000, before moving to Parma, where he stayed for 4 seasons. The ex-under 21s international is also followed by a number of clubs like Liverpool, Juventus, Inter and Fiorentina.

Well hope Bonera will fit in well with Milan and make that defense rock solid once again.
Forza Milan.