Former World Club Cup winners Chessland City have launched an astonishing plunge into the Legoland transfer market by reportedly snapping up Legoland FC’s star duo Davide Ratti and Gianluca Zambrotta. It is believed that the Hacking Hooligans have agreed a £16m deal to land the two players at the end of the Legoland season.
The two players, both Legoland internationals, are expected to visit the Chessland capital to put pen to paper on lucrative contracts. Chessland City manager Nedo Sonetti said today that his club are building for the future and hope to be among the top sides in the World next year. “It has been too long since Chessland sides were household names” Sonetti stated adding that he intended on “rectifying this abhorrence”.
Meanwhile reports continue that Legoland FC will launch a final bid for Roma’s Ronaldo with the assistance of AC Milan. It is believed that Legoland FC will offer Roma £13m for the player with Milan stumping up £3m. The deal would see Ronaldo play for Milan until the remainder of the season before switching to Legoland FC. The Rossoneri are desperate to survive in Serie A this season and have splashed the cash last month after taking out a record £30m loan. The club however remain 2 points adrift of safety and face a tough task next Sunday when they face a resurgent Lazio.