Jonathan Biabiany’s proposed switch from Parma to Milan has reportedly been called off, after the clubs failed to agree terms.
Yesterday evening Adriano Galliani and Pietro Leonardi were locked in talks for the Frenchman, which were believed to be heading towards a favourable outcome today.
However, on from reports that this morning’s meeting between the duo saw them fail to reach terms, reports now are that negotiations have been ended.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi travelled out to Milan to meet with Galliani this afternoon, but is widely reported to have failed to reach a satisfactory agreement.
It is also believed that Riccardo Saponara had refused to move to Parma as part of the deal.
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