Pay per Head: Alex wants to improve Milan’s defence

gilardino_4_1024x768Pay per head services were very happy to learn that Alex is keen to help Milan’s defence in his first season at the club.

In June, the player completed his move from Paris Saint-Germain, and price per head services saw that on Friday he was officially presented to the media.

With new coach Filippo Inzaghi given the job of improving Milan’s eighth-placed finish last term in the Serie A, the Brazilian defender is confident that he can play a part in adding strength to their defence, and pay per head services believe that he will do just that, and be a great addition to the squad.

Pay per head services saw that last term, Milan shipped 49 goals, but Alex wants to repay the club’s fans for the welcome he was given in first incursion into Italian football.

“This season we will put in a lot of effort, while the fans will support us. Yesterday [at the pre-season launch at Casa Milan] it gave me chills throughout the reception,” he said.

“We will work hard to repay all this affection [and] I am sure I can lend an important hand to the team, I will bring to them my experience.

“With work and commitment we will also fight for the Scudetto.

“Tactically, we are already working on avoiding conceding these goals.

And pay per head services know that many fans out there are confident that they won’t give in so easily.

“If we want to win then we cannot concede so many goals.”

The player follows the footsteps of Thiago Silva, former PSG team-mate who between 2009 and 2012 played for Milan, and is very famous with pay per head services.

The 32-year-old added that his countryman only had good things to say about Milan – something that helped in his decision.

“We have talked much about Milan together, the talks were long. He always spoke well of this team and the environment, and he also drove me here,” he said.

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“Thiago has always spoken well of Milan.”