AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi has begun planning for next season by luring Jérémy Ménez from Paris Saint-Germain in a free transfer.
The France forward, 27, has inked a three-year deal and joins defender Alex in swapping Paris for Milan. "I am extremely pleased to be here," he said. "I chose Milan because Milan are always Milan, even if they had some problems last season. We have to finish in the top three in Serie A, and challenge for the title. I want to assure fans that I will give my all and we hope to bring AC Milan success because this club deserves it. Forza Milan, a big hello to all the fans."
Ménez brings to a close a three-year stay in the French capital, where he struck 14 goals in 79 league appearances for Laurent Blanc's side after signing from AS Roma. He has been capped 24 times by France but failed to earn a place in their FIFA World Cup squad and joins a Rossoneri side that finished eighth in Serie A last term. They will not play in European competition in 2014/15.
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