Milan's joint-CEO Adriano Galliani says the sale of Antonio Nocerino to Orlando City is 'more or less done'.
While the director was quiet about the rumours surrounding Luiz Adriano's touted move to China, he did hint at the near-completion of an MLS deal.
“We have a lot of offers from China, for other players too,” he said, as reported by Tuttomercatoweb. “Right now it's the richest championship in the world.
“Nocerino to Orlando? It's more or less done, their market window is still open.”
Galliani then discussed Milan's upcoming game against Genoa on Sunday.
“It's a tough match, one of the typical risky ones for Milan. We're competing for the spots in Europe. We dropped many points along the way, now we have to stay focused.
“Mario Balotelli? We'll see, the Coach has to decide. We have many strikers.
“Tomorrow President Berlusconi comes to Milanello. His presence will be fundamental, and he'll confirm that we need the utmost concentration.
“We haven't lost too many points when playing the teams ahead of us. We have an advantage over Inter, for example. When you're equal in points it's not the goal difference that matters but the direct games.
“Rather, we lost points against the teams behind us. Why? That's a question for the Coach.
“Juve-Napoli? It's a good game between two teams who are doing very well.”