Milan confirm Criscito interest

Domenico Criscito could be on his way to Milan, after the Rossoneri’s vice-president Adriano Galliani admitted that he was in negotiations to sign the full-back.
Milan have been in the market for a new left-back for some time with Marek Jankulovski and Luca Antonini not entirely trusted in the position.
Genoa’s Criscito has now emerged as the club’s first-choice solution to the problem and the two clubs are in talks over a transfer according to Galliani.
Galliani said: “We are talking about it with Genoa president Enrico Preziosi. It was one of the things we spoke about over dinner in Brazil.”
The Milan chief was in South American arranging Ronaldinho’s sale to Flamengo when he met Preziosi for transfer discussions. The pair also reportedly mulled over the future of Kevin-Prince Boateng, who is co-owned by Milan and Genoa.
But the priority is the future of Italy international Criscito, 24, who is likely to move to the San Siro if Milan can meet Genoa’s asking price. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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