Reports are growing that Milan duo Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva could be sold to Paris Saint-Germain for a massive €65m.
Earlier this summer, defender Silva saw a proposed €47m move to the French capital vetoed by club President Silvio Berlusconi, before the Brazilian was handed a new and improved contract.
However, with teammate Ibrahimovic’s agent meeting with Vice-President Adriano Galliani today, reports now suggest that the Parisians are back in with a double-bid for both players and that the Rossoneri have accepted the possibility of selling both.
Because of this, Sky Italia and the Gazzetta dello Sport are convinced that Ibra’s agent has now flown to Sweden to meet with the striker so as to convince him to accept the move to France.
Speculation is that the potential deal between PSG and Milan is already at a stage where Ibra’s consent would see Raiola travel directly to Paris to undergo contract negotiations.