Diego Milito has suffered a major injury

Former Inter Milan striker Diego Milito has suffered a major injury that could see him remain on the sidelines for several months.

Now playing for Argentine outfit Racing Club, it remains to be seen if the 35-year-old will come back in the best possible shape given his age. The Argentine season has just begun withRacing Club being involved in seven matches to date. After a poor start to the season, the team have managed to secure three wins from their last four matches. In total, they have 12 points from the opening seven matches of the league season.

Diego Milito played best under Inter Milan

Diego Milito was a lesser-known striker before his move to Inter Milan, where he enjoyed immense success.

The former Genoa striker lifted numerous trophies including the Champions League in 2010. He played under one of the best coaches in the world – Jose Mourinho. Recalling on this brilliant spell, the striker says that it is by far the best time in his career. He is unlikely to hit those glory days again given that Milito is now plying his trade in Argentine football with Racing Club. The striker has featured in 17 matches and scored six goals so far.

Diego Milito performance hurt by Players Injuries

A string of successive injuries hampered Diego Milito’s time with the Italian club Inter Milan until he eventually reached an age where he was just not able to continue competing with his opponents or his own teammates in the Italian League, Serie A and Milito decided to make a return to the first professional club that he joined which was Racing Club.

RACING STRUGGLE

Racing Club failed to continue their winning ways after only managing a 1-1 draw with Olimpo during the weekend. This result coupled with victories for their main title rivals like River Plate and Independiente saw the team pushed to fourth place in the table.

Despite these dropped points, striker Diego Milito was remaining confident of doing something great this season. The former Genova and Inter Milan striker says that Racing Club still have a relatively new team and to have taken 23 points for far is an incredible achievement.

Neville believes Hazard should step up to the plate

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes that it is time for Chelsea star Eden Hazard to step up the plate and become a truly world-class player. The Belgian international scored 17 goals in all competitions last season, as he emerged as an important player within the Chelsea team. He is valued by Jose Mourinho in excess of £ 80 million after having come to Chelsea for around £ 32 million after their Champions League in 2012. Hazard was a key player at Chelsea even in his first season, but the 23-year-old emerged as a goalscorer only last campaign.

Milito Expects Suarez To Do Well At Barcelona

Former Inter Milan striker Diego Milito has claimed that he expects Luis Suarez to be successful at Barcelona. The Uruguay striker recently completed his £ 75 million transfer to the Spanish giants. This huge transfer fee puts enormous pressure on him ahead of new season. Despite this transfer fee, Suarez will not be the main star at the club. The presence of players like Lionel Messi and Neymar mean that he has to perform consistently well in order to be viewed as a valuable signing for the club.

Moldova Failed To Make World Cup

Moldova failed to make it into the 2014 FIFA World Cup as they were located at the bottom of the group H qualifications group having only picked up 11 points, it wasn’t enough for them to earn a ticket and get to Brazil.

Even with a 5-2 triumph over Montenegro, Moldova needed a lot more points in order for the team of Ion Caras to qualify in the 2014 edition of the FIFA World Cup. They did manage to conclude the qualifications journey by playing what is regarded to be by many Moldovan supporters as the greatest football game ever played by the Moldovan national team.

Milito Expected To Join Racing Club

Former Inter Milan and Genoa striker Diego Milito is widely expected to join Argentine outfit Racing Club in the transfer window. He left the Italian outfit after his contract expired. Milito was one of the top strikers in world football and he helped Inter Milan lift their first Champions League title in almost 4 decades. Along with this, he was also part of the teams numerous title victories. However, at 34 years of age, he was slowly coming to the end of his career. He revealed last season that he intends to finish his career by playing for an Argentine club.

Milito Confirms Leave Of Inter Milan

Inter Milan striker Diego Milito has officially confirmed that he will leave the Italian outfit at the end of the season. The announcement has been expected for some time given that he was out of contract in the next few weeks. Both the club and the player have not been looking towards extending the contract. The 34 years of age, it has been heavily rumoured that Milito will be looking to return to the Argentine football. He has spent the best part of last decade in European football playing for the likes of Genoa and Inter Milan.

Milito Confirms Leave Of Inter Milan

Inter Milan striker Diego Milito has officially confirmed that he will leave the Italian outfit at the end of the season. The announcement has been expected for some time given that he was out of contract in the next few weeks. Both the club and the player have not been looking towards extending the contract. The 34 years of age, it has been heavily rumoured that Milito will be looking to return to the Argentine football. He has spent the best part of last decade in European football playing for the likes of Genoa and Inter Milan.

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