BOJAN WANTS PERMANENT MOVE

Bojan Krkic has said that he wants to sign a permanent contract for AC Milan. Krkic is currently playing for Milan on loan. But, he is determined to perform well in the remaining part of the ongoing season and convince the manager of Milan to sign him on a permanent deal.

Krkic’s performance in the ongoing season hasn’t been that good so far. He has featured for Milan in 14 matches in the current season and has managed to score only on one occasion. His only goal came in the match against Chievo Verona. Milan had won that match by a huge margin of 5-1.

AC MUST DO BETTER

The striker of AC Milan, Bojan Krkic, has said that his team will play better in the upcoming matches and will definitely move up in the points table. The performance of AC Milan in the current season has been pretty dismal so far and the team is currently placed at no. 11 in the Serie A points table.

AC WILL TIE UP KRKIC DEAL

The AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani has said that the club are extremely confident that they can tie up the deal to bring the former Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic to the San Siro. The player arrived in Italy for around € 12 million last summer, but he has been a major disappointment.

KRKIC HAPPY AT ROMA

The former Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic has said that he is extremely delighted to continue with the Italian club Roma. It was very much anticipated that the former Barcelona youth team player will be making a return to his former club in the summer after not making a great impression with the Italian club Roma in his first full season away from the Camp Nou. Roma managed to capture Bojan Krkic for just € 12 million last season, although they would have to pay € 20 million more if they are to sign the player permanently after two seasons.

BOJAN EXCITED BY TOUR

The former Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic has said that he is extremely excited to be part of the US pre-season tour with Italian club Roma. The young striker made his move to Roma last season, but enjoyed an up-and-down season with the Italian club.

KRKIC MIGHT GO BACK TO BARCA

Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic, who is currently on loan at Roma, has said that he will not rule out the possibility of returning to the Spanish club in the summer. Bojan Krkic has endured a difficult spell in Italy with Roma, who have largely struggled to cope up with the huge number of changes done in terms of the squad during the summer. Former Barcelona B team manager Enrique was in charge of the team for most of the campaign. Yet, Bojan Krkic was unable to adapt to this tale of Spain, which has led to rumours suggesting that he might return to Barcelona.

KRKIC MIGHT GO BACK

Former Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic could be set for a return to the Camp Nou in the summer after it was revealed that Italian club Roma are looking at the possibility of sending the striker back to his hometown club.

KRKIC SURPRISED BY BOATENG

Former Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic has said that he is extremely surprised with the progress made by AC Milan midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng.

The Ghanaian midfielder is regarded as one of the best players at AC Milan, which comes as a surprise for the AS Roma striker. Bojan Krkic joined the Italian club in the summer after coming through the youth academy at Barcelona.

Roma paid a transfer fee of £13 million for the striker, who is expected to be one of the best in the future. For now, the Spaniard is more surprised about the progress made by Kevin Prince Boetang at AC Milan.

BOJAN FIT FOR ATALANTA

Bojan Krkic has given a major boost for Roma after becoming fit in time for the weekend match against Atalanta. Former Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic has not been in training for Roma due to slight knock suffered in the knee during the training session on Friday.

He was expected to miss the match against Atlanta as a result of this minor injury, but he has made sufficient recovery in order to be included in the squad that was set to face Atlanta. This is a major match for Roma given that they are fighting to qualify for the Champions League this season.

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