Alexandre Pato is playing for Sao Paulo on a loan deal which extends until 2015 but the Brazilian club is rumored to be attempting to keep the 25 year old player on a permanent deal. Corinthians is the club where Pato will be returning to at the end of the season but things could change if Sao Paulo is truly interested in keeping him.
The Brazilian attacker has scored 6 goals in 9 appearances for Sao Paulo for this season as he started this year in superb fashion after managing to score twice when his club played against Audax. Pato also managed to secure a hat-trick when Sao Paulo faced off with Capivariano.
So far, it has been a very impressive start of the year for AlexandrePato and this is one of the main reasons on why Sao Paulo is expected to sign the player with an extended contract.
Pato recently has even been attracting the attention from England as Everton and Hull City are reportedly interested in signing the Brazilian forward on a loan deal.
The Premier League side Everton is in search of a player that can replace Samuel Eto’o and AlexandrePato popped up in the watch-list of Roberto Martinez. The main issue that emerged in attempting to sign the Brazilian forward was his high wages as he earns around £60,000 each week and this salary might just be too steep for Hull City or Everton.
The first and only major European club that AlexandrePato joined was Ac.Milan back in 2007 when the Italian club signed Pato when he was just 17 years old and the club even had to wait for almost a year before they could utilize him in official Serie A matches.
AlexandrePato showed glimpses of brilliance in certain matches and one of these games where the Brazilian player managed to stand out and display what he is capable of doing occurred during the Champions League match that Ac.Milan played against Barcelona back in September 13 of 2011 and Pato scored after only 24 seconds had passed.
The main problem that surrounded AlexandrePato was his injury as he kept on getting injured for a significantly long period of time with the Italian club and Ac.Milan eventually decided to sell him.