Milan are confident that they will reach an agreement with Genoa for Kevin Prince Boateng – even if the port club have jokingly increased his price tag following his dancing exploits.
The attacking midfielder is currently co-owned by both clubs, but the Rossoneri want to buy him outright this summer.
"We'll find an agreement," Milan chief Adriano Galliani said on Monday. "Boateng will be our first choice attacking midfielder next season.
"I spoke with Genoa's Enrico Preziosi yesterday about him. He joked that he'd increased the price for Boateng on account of his dancing ability…"
While it seems likely that Boateng will stay, there is still some doubt over the futures of those players whose contracts expire next month.
"Talks with start tomorrow," Galliani added. "The first to meet with us will be Clarence Seedorf, then Mark Van Bommel. In two days it will be Massimo Ambrosini and then the rest.
"The order of which we are meeting the players is of no significance – it just depends on our schedule and theirs seeing as the squad returns to training on Wednesday."
Andrea Pirlo and Alessandro Nesta are two more players who will be free agents in the summer unless they renew.
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