Whilst Milan have another approach turned down, Torino are reportedly intent on extending Alessio Cerci’s contract.
The Rossoneri’s Vice-President Adriano Galliani is reported today as having met recently with Toro President Urbano Cairo in Miami, to discuss once more a possible move this summer for the increasingly in-demand Cerci.
However, speculation is that Cairo has rejected Milan’s latest proposal, holding firm on economic demands for the 27-year-old believed to be held at around the €20m mark.
At the same time, reports are that Cairo and Torino actually hold hope in keeping Cerci this summer and are intent on offering him a five-year contract worth €1.5m per season.
In accepting any offer at this rate, Cerci, who is already believed to be the club’s best paid player, would see his salary almost double.
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