Milan’s vice-president Adriano Galliani confirms that the club haven’t received any offers for the midfielder.
AC Milan’s vice president Adriano Galliani has said that the club haven’t received any bids for midfielder Kevin Prince-Boateng while also stating that Robinho looks like staying at the club, Sky Sports reports.
Boateng has spent the last three years at Milan and reports have suggested that the player could leave the San Siro this summer but Galliani has said that the midfielder will not be going anywhere.
He told Mediaset Premium: “Boateng has never asked to move and there have been no requests for him.”
Galliani has also said that Robinho will be staying at the club following a break down in discussions with Santos.
Many had expected the Brazilian to move back to Brazil and Milan had already been planning to sign his replacement, Fiorentina’s Adem Ljajic but the club have had to abandon their pursuit of Ljajic as Robinho will remain at the San Siro.
It also looks like Keisuke Honda will be joining Milan in January when his contract runs out at CSKA Moscow while Mathieu Flamini will almost certainly be leaving Milan this summer, possibly moving back to the Premier League.
Milan have already signed Flamini’s replacement, in the form of Andrea Poli.