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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Flamini will leave Milan

FLAMINI will leave Milan on a Bosman transfer so Milan will now sign another midfielder.
Flamini’s contract is due to expire in nine days and Milan no longer have interest in signing him as he did not give them answer about the offer Milan made for him, so he’ll leave on a free transfer in the summer.
Adriano Galliani confirmed it. Flamini was offered a new two-year deal with a big cut in his wages (from €4.5 to €1.8 million a season) but he didn’t agree to sign it so Milan will look to sign another midfielder.

“The deadline has passed and we told his [Flamini's] lawyer we won’t be waiting any longer,” Milan Vice President Galliani told reporters on Wednesday evening. “We’ll bring in a new midfielder by August 31. It could be Alberto Aquilani or someone else, as he is a Liverpool player and we’re not in talks with them.

“We won’t sign another striker as we have five forwards, so there’s no need to even consider bringing in another striker.” Milan have been linked again with a move for City’s Carlos Tevez as Robinho might leave.
Milan have agreed two transfers on Wednesday as Francesco Acerbi will join Milan on a co-ownership deal for a reported €4 million fee while Kevin Constant will leave the Rossoneri on loan with an option to buy him out next summer. “Until he [Acerbi] undergoes the medical check-ups I won’t say anything, but he looks healthy!” Galliani continued. “I think Acerbi is an excellent centre-back who can improve further.
“We snapped Constant up like a shot once he was offered and President Enrico Preziosi was very nice about it. We already wanted to sign Constant last year, so agreeing with Coach Massimiliano Allegri we decided to get him when we found out about Sulley Muntari’s injury.” Constant is a 25-year-old midfielder.
Muntari is out for 5-6 months, excluding complications, after picking up a knee injury. “It was a bad injury. I’ve never seen this before, a player wrecking a cruciate ligament when on vacation,” the CEO added

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