AC Milan have received another expression of interest in Simon Kjaer which they have again rebuffed, this time coming from a team in Serie B.
Calciomercato.com reported earlier in the week that the Genoa management want to give Alberto Gilardino a new centre-back after his side were torn apart by a ruthless Fiorentina side in the first game of their return to Serie A.
The man that they had chosen – for his experience and his leadership – was Kjaer. However, the Rossoneri management gave the Grifone short shrift and thus they had to turn to other targets.
As reported by Il Secolo XIX (via PianetaMilan), there was a phone call between Sampdoria and Milan, precisely because of the interest of the Blucerchiati in Kjaer.
However, Milan were not even remotely interested in entering into a negotiation and gave them a flat rejection. Furthermore, the Dane’s will is to remain with the Rossoneri, despite two clubs interested in him.