Levante's Felipe Caicedo Wants To Play In Serie A

Manchester City owned Felipe Caicedo hopes to one day join his friends in Milan after impressing for Levante this season...
Felipe Caicedo, currently on loan at Levante from Manchester City, has declared he wants to make a move to Serie A, with the young South American eyeing a move to join Milan.

The Ecuadorian international is in his second loan spell in Spain, have previously been at Malaga and before that the 22-year-old was in Portugal for a short spell with Sporting.

"My dream is to play in Italy with Milan. I have many friends at the club like Robinho and [Kevin Prince] Boateng. Inter are another team I would also like to join one day," Caicedo was quoted as saying by TMW.

Caicedo joined Robinho's former club Manchester City in 2008 from Swiss side Basel but found first team opportunities hard to come by with the influx of big money signings in the same position.

The forward become one of the youngest international players for Ecuador when he made his debut at the age of 16 against Italy. He has scored nine goals in 17 La Liga appearances for Levante this season.

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