Allegri and Galliani have met this week to discuss the objectives for the future and the next steps of the transfer market.
Robinho is always nearer to Santos. AC Milan has authorized the Brazilian club to start discussing the economic aspects and the duration of the contract with the player. This is a signal of the imminent departure of Robinho, after the negotiation of this agreement since January.
After the confirmation of El Shaarawy, the situation strikers has almost been defined. Despite the exclusion of Pazzini till December, AC Milan has not decided to get a striker. Ljajic seems an interesting alternative, and the player himself has not confirmed his permanence in Fiorentina. During next week, Ljajic’s attorney and AC Milan will discuss the transfer.
The other objective is Honda, Japanese midfielder, able to play in several roles and perfect to substitute Robinho and Boateng. Also Kevin Prince-Boateng indeed is ready to leave AC Milan; the destination has not been defined yet. Antonini has attracted the interest of Monaco, that is looking for a back with experience. His departure won’t be a problem because AC Milan has already De Sciglio, Abate and Constant that could play in his role. In addition, Antonini has often remained on the bench during last season and wants to play more.
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