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As reported in the last days, AC Milan striker Luiz Adriano could still move to the Chinese Super League, as in the Asian country the transfer market is still open. Beijing Gouan –coached by a former rossonero as Alberto Zaccheroni- are after the former Shakhtar man, and are in talks with the Lombard club to realize if there is still the possibility to sign the Brazil international.
Moreover, behind the Chinese club there is also the investment company CITIC, that is involved in the negotiation between Bee Taechaubol and Milan for the acquiring of part of the club’s shares.
Today, the rossoneri’s CEO Adriano Galliani has visited the team’s training camp, and probably he has also talked about Luiz Adriano himself. The fact is that to let the 28-year-old leave, Milan require about €15 million, while Beijing don’t want to offer more than €11 million. The two parties could find an agreement for about €12 million, an amount that could satisfy in any case the Lombard club.
The negotiation could be speeded up if Milan would allow the Chinese to talk with the player’s agents; in the mid time, considering the injuries suffered by many of his team mates, Luiz Adriano could start next Sunday against Genoa.
M.G. – Adapted from an article by Federico Albrizio and Daniele Longo