Football: Western United flop in shocking move for Alexandre Pato

Spread the love

Fox Sports can exclusively uncover the A-League’s most current group Western United have barely bombed in an offered to sign Brazilian Alexandre Pato as their second marquee for their entrance to the challenge later this year.

The Victorian based club had been in talks with Pato’s agent for various weeks however were informed toward the beginning of today that the Brazilian who’s been capped 27-times for his national group will return home to play for Sao Paolo subsequent to going through the most recent two years in China.

Western United had looked for and been conceded endorsement by the FFA to take advantage of their marquee fund to help convey the 29-year-old to the A-League.

“We will continue to look for a quality second marquee to complement our signing of Greek international Panagiotis Kone. We want to bring quality and excitement to the fans of Western United and football fans across Australia” said Steve Horvat, Western United’s Director of Football.

Pato made his name in Italy with six successful seasons at AC Milan where he scored 51 goals in 117 appearances. He won the Serie A Young Footballer of the Year in 2009 and is an individual from AC Milan’s Hall Of Fame. He’s spent the last two seasons playing for Tianjin Quanjian in China where he’s scored 36 goals in 60 appearances.

Abigail Boyd