Milan are reported as once more open to offers for Mario Balotelli and suggested as considering a swap proposal involving Radamel Falcao.
The Colombian’s current side Monaco have been listed as one club interested in a potential summer bid for the Rossoneri’s Balotelli, who is seen in Italy as available for transfer by his club, should an offer upwards of €30m come in.
Tuttosport today are running the line that prospective talks with the Ligue 1 side, however, may involve a swap deal, rather than a cash purchase.
It is alleged that Adriano Galliani has been in continued contact with Nelio Lucas, owner of the Doyen Sports Investments Group that are seen to still hold an unspecified percentage cut in Falcao’s registration.
The report is that Galliani and Lucas’ ‘good relationship’ has Milan with a mind to consider asking for Falcao in an exchange deal involving Balotelli.
It is understood that the Colombia international, who is missing this year’s World Cup due to a serious knee injury, has made clear he wants to leave the principality this summer to re-launch his career.
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