Palermo raise price on Pastore
Club President, Maurizio Zamparini,Personalized Bobbleheads, of Palermo stated that Argentinean star player Javier Pastore is worth 100 million for his release clause.
The 21 year old player,Custom bobbleheads, Javier Pastore, has recently received the Young Player of the Year 2010 Award in Italy’s Serie A. He is considered as one of the hottest players in the last year and many elite teams around Europe are eye balling him. Such teams that are monitoring him or that seem interested in acquiring the Argentinean star are Real Madrid, Manchester United and, one of Club Palermo’s rival Serie A team,bobbleheads 25, AC Milan.
According to Maurizio Zamparini,Custom bobbleheads 98, all the club teams that are interested in Javier Pastore would have to be ready to fork out 100 million. Palermo’s President, Zamparini,bobbleheads, decided to up the price on the Argentinean star after the club team’s victory over Juventus on Wednesday (2/2/11). Palermo defeated,Custom bobbleheads 46, Seria A giants, Juventus with an excellent display by Javier Pastore. The final score was 2 1.
Pastore’s agent, after the performance against Juventus, was the one who had agreed to up the release price agreeing with Zamparini. They both decided that Pastore’s price is expensive since the player is one of the club team’s best. Pastore is also one of the best in the Italian league, Serie A.
In the game against Juventus, Pastore was one of the main reasons why Palermo controlled the tempo of the game. It was Javier Pastore’s creative playmaking that created the opening goal of the game which was scored by his teammate Fabrizio Miccoli. Javier Pastore’s abilities in the midfield have made him into one of the major young soccer stars around the world.
Maurizio Zamparini has also stated that Manchester City has called regarding Javier Pastore on deadline day. Zamparini claims that he rejected any offer from Manchester City. is a huge fan of soccer, following the sport ever since he was a child in Argentina where he witnessed a whole country celebrate a World Cup title in 1978. He taught English for a little more than a decade in Los Angeles at the secondary level. enjoys reading, creative writing, and watching sports.
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