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AC MILAN, Galliani: "Kakà won't be arriving, 100% sure"

19.06.2012 16.00 by Transfer Market Web  read 2417
Source: dall'inviato in Lega Calcio
© foto di Daniele Mascolo/PhotoViews

Adriano Galliani was at the Lega Calcio headquarters today for a meeting and the first question put to the Milan managing director was bout Thiago Silva: "Now that the business with Thiago is over we are a little more relaxed, there are other things to talk about. Are Real Madrid interested in Boateng? They have never enquired about him, there is no truth to the story, these are just things you read about in the papers. Robinho to Malaga was an idea but nothing more.

Adriano Galliani also denied that Kakà would be returning to the club. "Kakà's salary is beyond any Italian team, if he does move it will not be to an Italian club. He won't be arriving, 100% sure. He can go to other countries but Italy cannot afford him."

As Galliani was entering the offices in Milan he also got the chance to exchange a few words with the Juventus president Andrea Agnelli. When both men were asked who would buy the defender Francesco Acerbi, who is co-owned by Genoa and Chievo, Agnelli turned to Galliani and replied: "He will!"

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