Italy Serie A Transfer News — 20 June 2013

Serie A finished a month ago, the permanence of Allegri has been confirmed, but till now AC Milan has not concluded any transfer market operations. For now, the club is involved in solving Robinhoco-ownerships and departures, but the real transfer market has not started.

AC Milan has not money available to conduce a great transfer market, with the arrival in Milan of top players. Before becoming active, AC Milan needs to transfer some players, that according to Allegri’s plans are not fundamental during next season. The problem is that Galliani has not managed in concluding agreements about them till now, due to their cost or due to their will.

Robinho wants to become a Santos player. This is his objective since a long time and the Brazilian club is ready to receive him. The biggest problem here is his cost: AC Milan wants at least 8 million euros to discuss the departure of Robinho. Santos is abandoning this possibility because also the wage of the player is too high. AC Milan seems not interested in reducing the cost of Robinho, even if his permanence is now an obstacle for new arrivals.

Also Kevin Prince-Boateng is a problem for AC Milan. The player could decide to accept a foreign offering, even if real proposals haven’t been discussed by AC Milan. Some English club could be interested in him, while Monaco has not a real interest.

Till now the only two players attractive for the other clubs are El Shaarawy and De Sciglio, both desired by Monaco. However, these two players are the basic elements for the AC Milan of next season and their departure is unprobable.

Currently AC Milan is working only on the operation Tevez, but without the money earned from an important departure this arrival is impossible.


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