Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Fernando Gago: No Real hard approach

Posted by Admin On 10:45 AM

Roma midfielder Fernando Gago insists that there were no hard feelings when he left Real Madrid for the Italian capital. The 25-year-old joined the Spanish giants from Boca Juniors back in 2007 and made 92 appearances for them since.
A series of injuries saw Gago miss the majority of last season's match and the Argentina international found him kept out of Jose Mourinho's squad after his recovery by Xabi Alonso and Sami Khedira. Gago determined to seek his fortune elsewhere after real signed more midfielders in Hamit Altintop, Jose Callejon and Nuri Sahin over the summer.
Roma landed him on loan this summer with a view to an enduring move and Gago insisted that he left the Spanish capital on decent terms, quelling rumors symptomatic of that he was forced out of the club.
He told Il Corriere dello Sport:I have never had any problems with Mourinho, he made his choices and I made mine,I left Madrid on good terms. The truth is I had in progress well with the Blancos by playing frequently and winning a title, but then I got upset and was never able to find space in the first team.
With Spanish-speaking coach Luis Enrique in charge at Roma, Gago hopes to hit the ground organization in the Serie A. He added:Luis Enrique has ground-breaking thoughts and the fact he speaks Spanish will help me adapt even better,Gago will be look to make his Roma first look this Sunday next to Bologna, with the Serie A resume next an end to the player strike.


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