Liverpool playmaker makes call on future

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Alberto Aquilani's agent has insisted that his future most likely lies with AC Milan in the long-term future, with the playmaker scoring within his first two appearances for the Italian club.

“I really hope he’ll play many more and there’s a good chance that will happen,” Franco Zavaglia told

“Last season at Juventus he notched up quite a few games despite the fact he couldn’t play in the Europa League as he’d already featured with Liverpool.


“We will see. There are some pre-agreed conditions with Milan and we hope his future is here.”

Aquilani spent a season on loan from Liverpool at Juventus, before returning to the club after they couldn’t agree on a fee to purchase him permanently. While he was planning to stay at Liverpool this season, a last minute deal was garnered to move to Milan for another season on loan.

The 27-year-old has often said that he hopes he can stay in Italy for the long term, after receiving a way back into the Italian national team.

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