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ITALY/ AC MILAN, Galliani: "There will be a fifth defender"

15.06.2012 14.38 by Transfer Market Web  read 3347
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Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani who has been speaking to Italian-based Radio Sport, talked about the Rossoneri close season:

"Galliani and Berlusconi have been together for 30 years. There is only one president who had the strength to resist, I have to think about budgets and it is normal that I had to evaluate this. Then I want to say football has budgets and being in the red I had to refer the matter to the President. We will not sell anyone, we will also keep Ibra as well as Thiago. The transfer market will be completed, there will be a fifth defender. If Genoa sign Chievo’s half share in Francesco Acerbi then it will be him. We’ll get a midfielder too or keep Mathieu Flamini or Alberto Aquilani. We are fine in attack. We ask our fans an effort to fill the stadium's great that we have to help the president. "

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