Some sections of the French media are claiming that Alexandre Pato will leave Milan for Paris Saint-Germain in January.
The Brazilian’s future at San Siro is in some doubt after his interview with the Corriere dello Sport on Tuesday.
During the conversation, the international striker admitted that his relationship with boss Massimiliano Allegri is not ideal.
Following those revelations, some reports across the Alps are suggesting that a transfer will take place next month.
Pato, according to the stories, will be offered a four-year contract by the Ligue 1 giants worth €7m per campaign.
Milan will allegedly be tempted into a sale thanks to a €50m offer from PSG.
Paris SG director Leonardo helped the Rossoneri sign Pato in August 2007. PSG could also soon be bossed by former Milan tactician Carlo Ancelotti.
However, the reigning Italian champions have quickly rubbished the suggestions on Wednesday morning.
“I have received no signal from Pato that he wants to leave, nor from Leonardo that he wants to sign him,” stated Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
“Pato will stay with us – without a doubt. Saying that, if the player wants to be sold…”
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