M’Baye Niang has reportedly turned down an improved Spartak Moscow offer and handed in a medical certificate due to “stress.”
According to Sky Sport Italia, Spartak Moscow bumped up their proposal to €23m for the striker, but he is still refusing to accept the move.
After the Rossoneri effectively dropped him from their competitive games in order to push him towards the exit, Niang took matters into his own hands and will be absent from training for the next 10 days.
The medical certificate handed down by his doctor notes Niang is suffering from “stress.”
It’s believed Niang would prefer to remain in Serie A and reunite with ex-Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic at Torino.
However, the two clubs have not been able to agree terms, as Toro offered only €12m.