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Newspapers in Italy maintain that Milan will pay the first instalment of their offer for Alberto Gilardino in January to stave off any other potential buyers.


The latest reports were sparked by the visit of Parma director Arrigo Sacchi to the Rossoneri headquarters on Friday.


It is well known that the Parma striker is a prime target for Coach Carlo Ancelotti, especially with Pippo Inzaghi, Jon Dahl Tomasson and Hernan Crespo struggling with repeated injury problems over the past year.


The Gialloblu are more than willing to sell at the end of the season due to their financial worries, but must evaluate the interest from Juventus, Inter, Roma and overseas outfits in the Spanish Liga and Premiership.


Milan are known to be the favourites thanks to a number of factors, including the strong transfer ties between the two clubs.

It’s claimed they have agreed to hand over the first instalment of £7m in January as a deposit, then the cash sum of £9m will be paid in June to complete the transfer.


The Italian press also suggests the international will have his current £700,000 a season salary doubled for a contract tying him to the San Siro until 2010.
 

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Good news.
At least for me ;)
 

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Very good player, but £16m is quite a lot of money. :eek:
That is €24m, but at least his £1.4m wage is very moderate compared to Pippo, Sheva, Kaka.
 

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He's a Champion and worth every cent IMO,Maybe a little steep but Milan rarely spend big unless we're pretty sure someone is quite special.
 

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Yes, he's the first striker of Italy's NT anyway, and already proved in serie a which is something can't be said of many others overpriced talents
 
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