The representative is often a go-between for Italian and Spanish clubs on the transfer market, particularly Real Madrid, so told Sky Sport Italia his view on the latest rumours.
“Llorente would do very well in Italy, but Spanish players have always failed in Serie A because of their mentality. I don’t understand why, but they just don’t work.
“You saw at Roma that Bojan Krkic and Jose Angel didn’t impress, while going further back Gaizka Mendieta was a flop at Lazio.
“I hope that if Juventus do get Llorente then he can do well, but if I was the President of an Italian club then I’d never sign a Spaniard. That’s not easy for me to say.
“It won’t be simple to negotiate with Athletic Bilbao, as their President is tough. Other Spanish clubs aren’t behind Llorente’s decision not to sign a new contract, as they’ve got even less money than the Italians at the moment.”
Nonetheless, Milan’s talks with Real Madrid for Kaka look doomed to failure.
“Adriano Galliani was right in saying he didn’t want to give the fans false hope,” continued Bronzetti.
“In Italy it’s impossible to pay €10m net wages. When Real Madrid absolutely have to give him away, then they might have a chance, but unfortunately right now Kaka is a prisoner of his wages.
“As of today, his chances of joining Milan are 0.001%. I know he wants to return to Milan, but I’d like to go out with Monica Bellucci – that doesn’t mean it’s going to happen. There was some contact with New York Red Bulls, but he wants to stay in Europe.”
Similarly, Bronzetti warns that talks for Real Madrid’s Lassana Diarra are also unlikely to go anywhere.
“He wants €6m net per season, which is impossible. I hope in a few years these wages disappear, because it’s impossible on the market like this.”
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