Pay per Head Agents: De Jong wants to retire at Milan

Nigel de JongNext week, Nigel de Jong is looking to start talks over a new deal with Milan and wants to continue playing with the Serie A side until he retires form the sport. Pay per head agents can see that this comes as very good news to many fans, as they know how important De Jong is to the club.

Many fans saw that in the close season, the 29-year-old Netherlands player was linked with making a move away from San Siro, and Manchester United reportedly had interest in acquiring his services.

But the midfielder has no plans to leave San Siro and would like to be a part of the team under the guidance of Filippo Inzaghi, Milan’s head coach.

“I want to stay at Milan and I repeat that I want to end my career here,” the player was quoted as saying. “Milan is a club with a history and an extraordinary tradition – if they cannot finish first then they must always fight to be in the top three.

“I know it is tough, I know that there are many teams as strong and organised as we are, but we have to try.

De Bruyne believes that Everton will give Wolfsburg a very difficult match

Everton Soccer TeamWolfsburg’s Kevin De Bruyne expects to see a tough contest when the team takes on Everton in the UEFA Europa League, and pay per head agents are also looking forward to a very intense clash.

On Thursday, Wolfsburg will go to Goodison Park in a bid to have a successful start to the campaign.

Last season, both teams finished in fifth place in their divisions, and many fans are expecting a very competitive match, as they are thought to move in very deep into the competition.

De Bruyne, who in January joined the Bundesliga side from Chelsea, has no illusions on the amount of quality that their opponents in Group H have.

“To play Everton at their own stadium is very difficult,” the player said.

“A lot of top teams lose in that stadium, maybe it’s different as I also saw some English teams do a little bit worse.

Zidane wants to see Benzema hit the back of the net

Zinedine ZidaneZinedine Zidane and bookmakersinc agents would really like to see Karim Benzema start to score for Real Madrid.

Fans of the 26-year-old striker were not very happy at all when they saw that the player was struggling as last season was coming to an end, and they’re concerned with his form, as so far in this campaign he was only able to score one time, with the Spanish giants losing two of their first three matches in La Liga.

Both the France international and Iker Casillas – Real’s captain – were whistled and booed when the team lost their meeting with Atletico Madrid on Saturday 2-1.

Zidane, who is serving as the coach of the Spanish side’s reserve team, said that the player knew that he needed to score, and many fans seriously hope to see him hit the back of the net as soon as possible.

“He’s the main striker at Real Madrid but he has not scored recently. The critics will always be there,” Zidane said.