Taddei thinking of 'big' move
By Nadia Carminati
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Brazilian midfielder Rodrigo Taddei is looking to move to a big club.Brazilian midfielder Rodrigo Taddei - who has been in dispute with Siena since the summer - is looking to move to a big club.
Roma came very close to signing Taddei in the summer and they are thought to still be very keen, but rival Italian giants Juventus, Internazionale and Milan are also thought to be interested.
However, Arsenal and Deportivo La Coruna are now reported to have joined the race.
Taddei has not played for Siena this season after falling out with president Paolo De Luca - over his proposed move to Roma.
The South American has since refused to even discuss a new deal with the club and he has been left in limbo.
A move in January now looks likely, although De Luca may yet scupper that and make him wait until the summer.
Taddei has since invoked legal action against the club - which almost certainly extinguished any hopes of him making a comeback for the Tuscan outfit.
Taddei has now stated that he dreams of playing for Brazil and a 'big' team.
"I dream a big place that will allow me to join the national team," Taddei told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"My aim is to play in a World Cup
"But it's better not talking a lot because this summer I have been close to Giallorossi [Roma] and then everything failed.
"I have a big will to play."