Milanello Special: Ac Milan 2012 Transfer Roundup Monday
Already heading into their final match on US. Tour, Ac Milan still haven't made new progress in the transfer market as their latest transfer target, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa's deal apparently wen't 'dead' (for now) as vice president, Adriano Galliani, revealed that Montpellier rejected Rossoneri's bid.
Although Galliani claimed that the move for Yanga Mbiwa has been shut down, many believes that the 23-year-old defender eventually will arrive at San Siro, considering his contract runs out in 2013.
Several reports also suggested that personal agreement between Milan and Yanga-Mbiwa has actually been reached, so it could be another Riccardo Montolivo type of deal, where the Red and Black squad snapped the player on free by the time his contract ends. For the current time, rumors do suggested that Il Diavolo Rosso will try another solution, which is getting someone else as Thiago Silva replacement with names such as Davide Astori, Granqvist and Andreolli being linked by media.
Meanwhile, this weekend the press believe that it would be an important step for Milan to find out whether they have a chance in landing Ricardo Kaka back or maybe even adding another name into their midfield rosters as the Red and Black squad set to meet Real Madrid in the states. Galliani reportedly will be negotiating with Madrid's patron, Florentino Perez, while their teams face each others on the scheduled friendly match.
Aside from Kaka, the media believes that Milan will try to prize up one of Lassano Diarra, Nuri Sahin or Sami Khedira from Los Blancos, mainly one of the previous two names, who reportedly are available on the market. It would definitely be a long shot since Madrid doesn't look like giving anything cheap for the Red and Black squad, but still Milanisti are expecting some clarity regarding their club's transfer move this weekend.
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