AC Milan are preparing a bid for Fiorentina midfielder Riccardo Montolivo. Italian national team midfielder's contract expires next year.

Because the contract will expire next June 2012, while the player is reluctant to sign a contract extension, Fiorentina eventually chose to sell it now before Montolivo could move for free when his contract finished later.

Quoted from Football-Italy, Milan seem to have the greatest chance of getting the midfielder. Serie A champions were also rumored to have submitted initial bids.

La Viola membandrol the player at 10 million euros (USD 123 billion), but the Rossoneri are confident enough to take advantage of the quarterback situation in Florence.

Milan reportedly made ​​an offer of 5.5 million euros, plus 50 percent ownership of striker Alberto Paloschi which if cashed will be worth 2.5 million euros.

For rejecting a contract extension this addition, the armband around his arm Montolivo removed.


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