Franco di Santo is open to a Premier League return

Franco di Santo’s contract with Schalke 04 reaches it’s end when the current season completes and it seems like the Argentine attacker has a number of possible clubs and teams that he can join if he decides to leave the German club.

The agent of Franco di Santo is Gustavo Goni and a few months ago, Goni stated that he had received offers from a number of different clubs who are interested in signing the 26 year old Argentine player who has already announced that he would like to make a return to the Premier League as he has ‘’unfinished business’’

‘’Now I have more experience. I found a new place where I can play happily and it gives me confidence. If I come back to England, it’d be a great revenge. It was very difficult playing in the team,’ he added. ‘If you look, there aren’t young players there. They are all on loan. But I have the best memories of playing there. However, Carlo Ancelotti kept me in mind. I remembered him as a winner. I left Chelsea because I wanted to play a little more’’ Schalke 04’s Franco di Santo said as he revealed his desire to return to the Premier League in the near future.

Chelsea is the former Premier League club that Franco di Santo used to perform in but his time in Stamford Bridge was not a memorable one as he struggled to get playing time ahead of Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka who were the main attacking forces of the team a few years ago.

Franco di Santo is hoping that in the future he will be able to return to the Premier League and prove his worth as he feels that this time around, he will not be spending time on the sidelines and things are going to be much more differently as he is more experienced and motivated to make it happen.

According to his agent Gustavo Goni, the offers that he has been receiving for Franco di Santo have been arriving from top clubs hailing from Spain, England, Holland and Italy. So, there is  a possibility that Franco di Santo might be making a return to the Premier League sooner than expected.