Caicedo holds Milan dream

Felipe Caicedo is refusing to commit his long term future to any club, but admits that he will be on the move during the summer transfer window.
After being deemed surplus to requirements under the Roberto Mancini reign at Manchester City, the Ecuadorian centre forward has spent the majority of this season in the Spanish top flight with Levante.
The 22-year-old is only too away that his future lies away from England and despite Levante having an option to capture his services on a permanent basis at the end of the season, Caicedo has his heart set on a move to Serie A.
Speaking to, Caicedo said: “Levante can sign me for one million euros from Manchester City.
“For now, though, I just want to think about helping Levante stay up and then we will see what happens.
“I don’t wish to say anything to Roberto Mancini, other than to wish him luck during his time in England. My dream is to play in Italy now, especially in Milan.
“I have many friends at AC Milan. I know Robinho very well and [Kevin-Prince] Boateng. I would also like to wear the jersey of Inter Milan. My idol is Adriano, he’s very strong both physically and technically.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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