Mathieu Flamini and Milan will have to meet again after no agreement over a new contract was reached on Wednesday.
The Rossoneri spoke with the midfielder’s agent today to discuss a possible extension. His present agreement expires at the end of this month.
Sky Sport Italia are this afternoon claiming that the main hurdle revolves around the proposed length of the renewal.
The Diavolo have offered a two-year contract for the former Marseille and Arsenal man. The midfielder is looking for a three-year deal.
“The meeting was necessary to make our position clear and understand the thoughts of the club,” agent Helene Misserly stated outside of the club’s Via Turati HQ to Milan News.
“We need another meeting to make a decision. Flamini is happy at Milan, but that doesn’t mean that he will stay.”
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