AC Milan have no intentions of lowering the price tag they have set for striker Andre Silva, according to a report.
It is seemingly no secret that the Portugal international is ‘destined’ to leave Milan before the window shuts.
Silva looked to be closing in on a €30m move to Monaco, but it ended up falling through due to financial disagreements, meaning Jorge Mendes is now looking for new suitors.
Valencia have emerged as the latest potential suitors for the 23-year-old, as they look to replace the Atletico-bound Rodrigo Moreno.
Milan meanwhile are targeting Atletico’s Angel Correa, and it was reported on Tuesday that Silva’s sale to Valencia could help push through that move.
However, as Calciomercato.com are reporting, Milan will offer no discounts to Valencia in their pursuit of the former Porto hitman.
Mendes is working hard to satisfy all parties in the Rodrigo-Correa-Silva triangle, but the Rossoneri have been clear in their stance: it will take €25m to sign Silva.