The agent of Milan ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic has underlined that there is still no contract agreement with Paris Saint-Germain.
The Rossoneri have accepted an offer of around €65m for Ibra and Thiago Silva, but the Swede has yet to agree personal terms.
“Is it all done with PSG? A lot of things are invented in Italy,” Mino Raiola is quoted as saying by Milan News on Friday. “We are far from an agreement. We’re as close to doing a deal as America is close to China.”
“I will meet with PSG director general Leonardo again today, even if I don’t really want to…”
Reports last night suggested that Raiola had agreed a three-year deal for his client which would be worth €12m a campaign.
In a separate interview with the Gazzetta dello Sport, Raiola suggested that the French club had not met their demands yet.
“PSG need to be convinced,” he stated. “In Zlatan, they will be buying the No 1.”
Meanwhile, reports are speculating about which players the Rossoneri could now look to bring into the squad.
The Gazzetta is suggesting that Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez is again wanted after they went close to signing him in January.
City teammate Edin Dzeko is an alternative, while Siena and Genoa-owned striker Mattia Destro is a possible target.
Porto defender Rolando may be acquired to replace Thiago Silva at the back.
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