AC Milan and Fiorentina remain engaged in talks for Nikola Kalinic, but the Viola have made it clear they only want cash for the Croatian striker.
The 29-year-old is wanted man, with the Rossoneri and city rivals Inter keen to secure his services, but it’s Milan who have been more proactive in trying to strike a deal.
Sky Sport Italia reports the two clubs met on Friday, with the Rossoneri willing to include either Lapadula or Kucka in a potential deal in order to lower Fiorentina’s €30 million request for Kalinic.
However the offer appears to have been turned down by the Viola, as they have made it clear they will only let the 29-year-old go for cash.
Last season Kalinic netted 20 goals in 42 appearances for Fiorentina in all competitions.
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