A couple of Newsletters back we invited Barça fans from all over the world to send in questions for “What would you ask Pedro?”. These are some of the answers given by one of the surprise packages of Barça 2009 to the questions sent in by fans.
MILÁN - Argentinian defender Gabriel "Gaby" Milito is in Inter's plans as a reinforcement for next season, and the Italian club would be willing to offer up to 10 million euros. Milito, who returned to the field little time ago after recovering from surgeries in both knees, is under Inter's watch who, according to Tuttosport, is looking for a defender "with guarantees".
Inter's president, Massimo Moratti, would've given his approval for the negotiations for the former Independiente and Zaragoza player, and who could now join his brother Diego, with whom he'd previously shared team before.
It's still going around in Italy some declarations made by Diego Milito, in which he states that "Gaby would love to play in Italy", and for which they're already speculating about the money that Inter would pay for his transfer, a sum in between 7 and 10 million euros.
On April 29th of 2008 Milito got injured in a game against Manchester United for the Champions League, injury that kept him out of action for a long time.
The surgery of the Argentine was complicated, because both of his knees had to be intervened in order to extract from the left one a piece of his tendon and place it in his injured knee, the right one.
On January of 2009, Gabriel returned to training with his teammates, though he still didn't have the doctor's permission to play an entire game.
But since the operation in 2008 didn't end with his problems, the 6th of June of 2009, after 13 months, he had to go through another surgery on his right knee to finally solve the injury he was still dealing with.
The 7th of January of 2010, finally, he returned as starter to the field after 18 months of recovery.