Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has revealed his transfer plans once the January window opens for business.
The Sardinian outfit are having an inconsistent season and find themselves just six points above the drop zone after last night’s 2-0 loss to Milan.
Cellino, though, has insisted that he will give boss Davide Ballardini some new players to work with in 2012.
“I’ll buy three players,” the Stadio Sant’Elia chief told Sky Sport Italia. “They are all Italian and they all currently play in Serie A.
“One is a central defender, the other a midfielder and the last is an attacker.”
Cellino refused to name any of his targets, but he did admit that one of the players that he wants was suggested to him by Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
“He gave me a great idea,” concluded the Rossoblu patron.
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