The Gazzetta dello Sport is today leading with a report that Paris Saint-Germain have made Milan an offer for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Although the club again insisted on Monday that none of their star players would be leaving San Siro, Paris SG are said to have made a tempting offer.
PSG, at the request of boss Carlo Ancelotti, have reportedly tabled a €34m bid for the striker. That fee could increase by a further €6m if bonus clauses are activated.
Ibra, formerly of Juventus, Inter and Barcelona, has allegedly been offered a three-year contract worth €9m a campaign.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani was recently spotted in Paris which led to speculation that there could be some transfer business between the two clubs.
However, Galliani has rubbished the latest Ibra talk. “I have received no written offers for Ibrahimovic,” the official noted. “I’ve spoken with PSG sporting director Leonardo, but the stories are all false.”
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