AC Milan have not given up on Andrea Belotti, while a deal has been reached for Keita Balde, according to Thursday’s papers.
La Gazzetta dello Sport
M’Baye Niang’s move to Spartak Moscow is close to completion. The Rossoneri will receive a fee of €18million.
Balde Keita’s agent to GdS: “We haven’t received any proposals for sale of Keita from Lazio. The only interest we are aware of is that of Milan. Lotito has communicated to us that he has an agreement with this club [Milan].”
Milan Badelj: “The renewal? At this moment it is not a topic of discussion, but I am happy in Fiorentina. Have I been approached by other clubs? Milan was closer than others but not very close.”
Kalinic rejected a move to Cannavaro’s Tianjin Quanjian as he wishes to remain in elite football, while the paper also revealed that the Croatian striker’s mother is a Milan supporter.
Milan have not given up on Andrea Belotti, who prefers the Rossoneri to Chelsea. The goal of Fassone and Mirabelli is to offer a bid of around €75million that would satisfy Torino president Urban Cairo.
However, should counterparts become involved in a Belotti deal, Niang’s sale to Spartak Moscow could cause issues as he is the one most liked by Mihajlovic.
Today’s edition of La Stampa, referring to the negotiation for Nikola Kalinic and the challenge tonight in the playoff against Shkendjia, titled in this way: “Milan does not stop before Kalinic comes to Europe.”
The message from Cairo on Belotti is still clear: without €100million the player would not be sold.
Niang is not entirely convinced by Spartak, as he probably hopes for Torino or some English clubs.
Kalinic is one step away from the Rossoneri, who tonight will face Shkendija at San Siro, with André Silva set to be the starting striker.