Friday, April 9, 2010

Madrid's midfielder Guti eyes Premier League

José Maria Gutiérrez Hernandez has finally admitted that he's fed up
with life at the Bernabeu and he plans to vent his frustration on the
club by moving to the Barclays Premier League next summer.

The eccentric midfielder is capable of doing and undoing things at
will [unlocking a tightly knitted defense is like child's play to him
and the 33-year-old is also capable of spreading disunity amongst an
entire team].
The influential playmaker has won it all; trophies and accolades too
numerous to mention, but his character as a footballer is very

We've seen Wenger re-sign his prodigal son [Sol Campbell]. So I won't
be surprised if we take advantage of the present situation to snap a
midfielder who is seasoned, versatile, and most importantly the guy's
playing days are far from over.

Guti told Onda Madrid radio: "My future is unsure. It will surely be
my last El Classico [tomorrow against Barcelona]. As it stands there
is no possibility of staying. I have a year left [contract] but we
hope to reach an agreement.

"I am sure they understand, my only option is to leave," he said. The
midfielder concluded by saying he would consider a move next season to
"England, Italy or the Arab countries" where he believes his talent
will be better appreciated.