Arsenal’s chief executive Ivan Gazidis is still debating whether to accept a move to AC Milan, reports in England claim.
With current president Paolo Scaroni only seen as an interim option following Elliott Management’s takeover of the club, the Rossoneri are eyeing a long-term solution.
According to English newspaper The Telegraph, Milan have tabled an offer worth €3.9m/year to Gazidis, which is ‘significantly’ more than he earns with the Gunners.
The report goes on to claim that Arsenal are resigned to losing Gazidis to Milan, however the South African is apparently yet to make his final decision.
Gazidis is believed to hold certain doubts which need resolving before he moves, such as assurances that Elliott will invest in order to challenge with the elite sides in Serie A.
He is however apparently sure that Arsenal are well behind in the Premier League in terms of their current status, a factor which may influence his decision.
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