Chelsea striker Alexandre Pato is set to leave the club this summer after the Blues decided not to sign the former AC Milan wonderkid on a permanent deal.
Chelsea FC have confirmed the signing for Brazilian striker Alexandre Pato, on loan from Corinthians, till the end of the ongoing season.
The midfielder has emerged as a potential January target for Brazilian clubs Sao Paulo and Corinthians. Midfielder Paulinho, who is yet to start a Premier League game for Tottenham Hotspur , might be close to the exit door as the as Sao Paulo and former club Corinthians show interest in bringing him back home in Brazil. Since Mauricio Pochettino took over as Tottenham manager, the midfielder has fallen down the pecking order and has become increasingly frustrated with his minimal playing time. The fact that the Brazilian is yet to make his first Premier League start of the season suggests that he might not be a part of Pochettino’s plans. The 26-year old moved to London in 2013 after Tottenham coughed up £17 million to acquire his services. His former club, Corianthans are said to be interested in bringing the midfielder back home to Brazil. Reports have suggested that, also showing interest in signing Paulinho are another Brazilian club Sao […]
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