Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is a kind man. He knows that Rolando Bianchi has got limited chances at the City of Manchester stadium and has also indicated that the Italian striker wouldn’t be sneaking into the Man City too often for the remainder of the season. The Swede has now given the green signal to the player to go wherever he wishes to go.
Goal.com reports that Eriksson has admitted that he wouldn’t impede Bianchi to switch clubs and return to the Italian Serie A this months should he feel that he would develop there. Bianchi was signed from Reggina in the summer but has consistently been overlooked by the Swede. Although Bianchi has scored a few goals in his limited chances for Man City, his ambition and frustration at warming the bench should be motivation enough for him to leave Manchester.
I can understand [Bianchi] because he’s not playing much. He’s 24, he came here with big promise, he was a star from the Under-21s and his dream is to wear the No.9 shirt of Italy. I can understand he feels that might not happen if he’s not playing.
Bianchi is likely to move to the Serie A by the end of this month. Torino are the front runners to sign the Italian.