Published On: Thu, May 17th, 2012

AC Milan want Liverpool midfielder but only for €3 million

-owned midfielder ’s future is still in doubt after he failed to make the number of appearances required to trigger a permanent move to .

If the Italian matched the required number, the Rossoneri would have been forced to purchase the player permanently for €6 million plus an additional €1 million if the club made it into the Champions League. Also, if Milan had retained the scudetto the cost would have risen an additional €2 million.

Aquilani’s agent Franco Zavaglia is scheduled to meet with Milan CEO Adriano Galliani within the next couple of days to potentially negotiate a permanent worth €3 million.

Another factor in the Rossoneri’s reluctance to purchase the player, is the Roman’s wages. He is currently earning €4 million per year and if Aquilani wants to remain at Milan he may have to reduce his wages down to €2 million per year.

If those conditions are accepted, then it would be up to Liverpool to approve. If not, then Aquilani would return to Merseyside where his future is uncertain.

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Frank Lopapa

- Italian-American in love with calcio since the 1994 World Cup. In addition to Forza Italian Football, I've been featured in Serie A Weekly, In Bed with Maradona,Talking Baws, and Back Page Football. Mostly I write about Serie A and the Azzurri, but I've also written about the beautiful game in South America. Looking to break into some form of professional journalism, sports or otherwise. Follow me on Twitter @fnlopapa

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  1. Billy says:

    Then AC Milan should be told in no uncertain terms to Go F$%& themselves.

    They didn’t play him so the automatic clause kicked in and now they want him for that, if Ian Ayre accepts this he might as well drop his trousers and bend over.

  2. Tatum says:

    Are Liverpool mad Selling him for this much!!!, he for me was one of the players that standed out the most during this past seasons friendlys….AC Milan are just trying to con us as they no we need money to buy players. I would tell them to stick the money where the sun don’t shine and have him back, as i guareentee he would be a good addition to the side once settled again.

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