Published On: Sat, Jun 8th, 2013

AC Milan starlet set for big money move to Manchester City?

Stephan El Shaarawy - AC Milan would be willing to allow star young talent to leave for if they receive an offer of €40m.

The Azzurri international burst on to the scene last season with 18 goals and six assists in all competitions despite being just 19 when the campaign began.

Gazzetta dello Sport believe that the Rossoneri will allow ‘Il Faraone’ to leave the club should they get the money for him that the require from the beaten FA Cup finalists.

Following his breakout campaign, the 20-year-old has been linked with a switch to a number of English clubs but has already made it clear that he himself wants to stay with the Diavolo.

He also signed a new contract with the club last season that sees him earn just under €1m per season up until June 2018.

About the Author

Padraig Whelan

- Deputy Editor of Forza Italian Football. Sports journalist with the Dundalk Democrat newspaper, based in Ireland and cover football in a number of places such as The Sun, The Mirror, The Star, The Times and more. You can get in touch with me on Twitter: @PWhelan88.

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  1. CiTyBlUe says:

    Manchester City won’t pay that, you’re all having a laugh.

  2. Cee kay says:

    He is off transfer cos Milan can never release their star man anymore… The book is balance already

  3. Najee says:

    Why would Ac Milan sell El Shaarawy that’s so disgusting to here Robinho is nearly on his way out

    After those two’s gone whose going next The 11 Man Squad.

    COME ON AC MILAN :(

  4. AP says:

    El Shaarawy should be priceless at this point for Milan. They can’t give up their young stars. And they have no reason to. Their books are balanced and they have other players to sell. If Berlusconi cares at all about his image he will stop this move.

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