La Stampa claims that Torino are prepared to raise their offer for striker M’Baye Niang closer to the €18 million asking price posed by Milan.
This news came after a refutation by the French forward to a possible move to Spartak Moscow, which would see him earning far more than he currently is at Milan.
Far from a move to foreign lands, Niang is seeking to reunite with his former boss at Milan, Siniša Mihajlović, currently of Torino. The player has also gone as far as to hand in a medical certificate to skip Milan training sessions to force a move to Torino.
Thus far, Milan have rejected the meagre offers of I Granata, seeking to raise it closer to the player’s €18 million valuation. However, further negotiation could change that, as both side will meet on Monday to discuss a more suitable offer, one which is reportedly a €3-4 million loan deal with and obligation to buy for €11-12 million.