HOME| EDITORIAL STAFF CONTACT US| RSS
      
Transfer market

FRANCE/ PSG, In Thiago Silva talks

11.06.2012 16.06 by Redazione TMW  read 1611
Source: Skysports.com
© foto di Alberto Lingria/PhotoViews

Paris Saint Germain sporting director Leonardo says that they are set for talks with AC Milan over Thiago Silva.

Milan have long insisted that Silva, widely regarded as one of the best defenders in the world, is not for sale.

But French reports claim that a deal worth in excess of £40million could be completed this week, making it one of the biggest transfers in history.

"We're going to see Thiago, but it is not easy!" Leonardo is quoted by L'Equipe.

Should the deal happen, it would be a club record for PSG - who are also closing in on a £20million plus deal for Napoli's Ezequiel Lavezzi.

Milan have yet to make a comment.

Other news Transfer market
Other news
Highlight

BREAKING NEWS - ENGLAND/ MANCHESTER UNITED, Agreement with Gaitan and Benfica is near

Manchester United management are getting nearer and nearer to sign Argentinian international offensive midfielder and winger Nicolas Gaitan (27) from Benfica. While former Boca Juniors player will have his current annual fee kept at about 6.5 million euros, Aguias, recent winners

AC MILAN, Berlusconi: "I hope Ancelotti wil join us"

AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has told RMC: "I really hope that Ancelotti will be back on Milan's bench in the next season. We are str
 

VALENCIA, Negredo: "I would like to stay"

Valencia forward Alvaro Negredo has told ESPN: "It has been a difficult season for me. I have suffered from an injury during the whole season. I
 

ARSENAL, Flamini: "We can't repeat our Wembley mistake"

Mathieu Flamini says Arsenal have learnt from last season’s “nightmare” start to the FA Cup final. The Gunners found themselves t
 

NICE, Rivère: "Puel will stay"

Nice president Jean-Pierre Rivère has declared about his team's coach Claude Puel: "I never had doubts about it, he will stay for the
 

WOLFSBURG, De Bruyne: "Never to Chelsea as long as Mourinho is in charge"

Wolfsburg attacking midifelder Kevin de Bruyne has told Bild: "I think, to be honest, I would not return to Chelsea as long as Mourinho is in cha
 
   Editore: TC&C srl web content publisher since 1994 Partita IVA 01488100510