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ITALY/ MILAN, Galliani tight-lipped over Balotelli rumours

20.04.2012 16.11 by Redazione TMW  read 1869
Source: Goal.com

AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has remained tight-lipped over the club's reported interest in Manchester City forward Mario Balotelli.

The Rossoneri have long been credited with an interest in the controversial striker, who could be sold in the summer after a series of disciplinary problems at City.

Galliani was coy when asked if Milan were keen on the Italy international and his City team-mate Carlos Tevez, who the Serie A champions failed to sign during the January transfer window.

"No, I have not talked to Balotelli and even if I did, I would not tell you," he told reporters.

"Carlos Tevez? I do not know who he is," Galliani jokingly said.

The Milan official then shared his view on the situation in Serie A, as the Rossoneri are just one point behind leaders Juventus, with six matches remaining.

"We are recovering some players and our situation is slowly improving," Galliani explained.

"The calendar does not mean anything right now. Every match is worth three points and there are no easy games left."

Milan will host Bologna on Sunday in Serie A action.

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